Agent says Tom Brady ‘was not diagnosed with a concussion’ during a 2016 season


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Supermodel Gisele Bündchen lifted some eyebrows in a NFL world
this week when she told CBS that Tom
Brady has had concussions, including one “last year.”

On Friday, Adam Schefter spoke
with Brady’s representative who pronounced that Brady had not been diagnosed
with a concussion this past season.

“Tom was not diagnosed with a concussion final year,” Yee
told Schefter. “Many of a protocols and safeguards still are
evolving, and it’s apparently a good thing a classification and
everybody tighten to him is observant and always looking out for his
health.”

This appears to contradict Bündchen’s assertions when
deliberating her concerns with Brady personification such an aggressive
sport.

“As a wife, I’m a small bit — it’s, as we know, it’s not
a many — let’s contend an assertive sport,” Bündchen said. “Like,
football — he had a concussion final year. we mean, he has
concussions flattering much. We don’t speak about it, though he does have
concussions.”

Previously, Brady clearly downplayed a hazard of
concussions in football, observant that they can occur to
anybody.

“It’s partial of people walking down a street,” Brady told ABC News in
2016. “You run, we fall, we strike your head.”

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