ESPN's Seth Wickersham recently wrote a must-read article on Tom Brady last week. I posted on one of my favorite quotes from the article about Kurt Warner. For the most part, a lot of the article contained stuff about Brady that you'd already know if you had been listening to his often times very candid weekly WEEI interviews the past few years.
Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston was able to get his hands on Wickersham's notebook however and there are some great quotes that didn't make the final cut.
One of which really drives home the point that Brady if absolutely obssessed with his job.
"No. It’s all consuming. There isn’t a moment that I don’t think about playing. As I walk by the mirror in the morning I’ll go through a throwing mechanic. It’s just ingrained in every aspect of my life. There’s no off button. And I guess I’ve experienced a lot of things in my life, and there’s nothing -- I mean, I love my family and I love my kids, and that’s a part of my life and football...