Brady thinks theres a way to keep LeBron around forever

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New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady could be considered one of the more remarkable athletes in the world.

Not just due to his accomplishments on the field, but because of the very strict training regime he has been on for many years.

The regime Brady has lived by for over a decade now has made him fit and should keep him able to continue his career in the NFL into his 40's.

It is all down in part to his trainer Alex Guerrero and Brady's own determination which has ensured that he still has many years to go in the NFL.

But now Brady has shared an insight into his hard work during the season and has also claimed there is another man who could benefit from it.


Despite being considered one of the most physically gifted players in the world, Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James apparently needs a bit more Brady in his life.

Brady was reflecting on his routine and even how he manages to stay so strong despite tearing his ACL back in 2008.

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Evidently Brady feels that a change of routine for LeBron would be advantageous for the NBA superstar since:

"He really could play forever."

LeBron undoubtedly has his own training regime that he sticks to very tightly but clearly Brady would like to see #23 around as long as he will be.

Brady going strong?

Brady may not be the most agile of Quarterbacks in the NFL, he may not even be the most agile of the older Quarterbacks.

However Brady has remained at such a high level for so long and is poised to continue his record breaking career.

He was facing a lot of criticism earlier this season however when the Patriots were 2-2 at the start and the New England offense not looking very effective.

Despite that, Brady and the Patriots have rallied and have now found themselves as the number one seed in the AFC and once again being named as Super Bowl candidates.

Brady has continued to show his might over younger Quarterbacks than himself such as the Indianapolis Colts' Andrew Luck and Philip Rivers of the San Diego Chargers.

Only time will tell how his physic and ability will continue to drive the Patriots, but with Jimmy Garoppolo set to be given several years to learn the game under Brady, the future of New England is looking promising.

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