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Tom Brady admits he was “pretty p***y” during his last tablet tantrum

Tom Brady said he was “pretty p***ed” during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 20-10 win over New Orleans on Sunday.

The 45-year-old quarterback threw a tablet in anger during a largely close encounter between NFC South rivals.

“I try to make sure I don’t throw my arm out when I throw it,” Brady jokingly told his weekly let’s go podcast. “But I was pretty pissed off yesterday.”

“Unfortunately, I have a pretty bad record against this tablet. I forgot the password and couldn’t sign in, so those things can be frustrating,” Brady joked again.

“I haven’t done a very good job (keeping calm) and I really have to make sure I’m moving forward and getting my emotions in a good place so I can be the best player that I can be.

‘I think there are points where you can get too emotional, which I definitely believe (on Sunday).’

It comes amid mounting speculation about the status of his marriage to Gisele Bundchen, who looks dejected in New York City on Thursday.

Brady and Bundchen were reported to be “living apart” and resolving warlike issues, sources close to the couple told CNN.

Brady was also asked after the revelation that he will have every Wednesday off during the season, referred to as a veteran’s day off.

The seven-time Super Bowl champion jovially defended the decision, citing his longevity in the league.

“The fact that I’ve worked weekends for the last 23 years means I deserve one day off a week,” Brady joked.

The Tampa Bay quarterback appeared to be in an upbeat mood throughout his time on the podcast, which differed greatly from the temperature of Sunday’s NFC South clash with New Orleans.

Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans was banned for a game for violently shoving an unsuspecting Marshon Lattimore when a scuffle broke out between the two teams.

Evans can appeal and will likely do so without risk should he fail.

The incident came after a third layoff when Saints defenseman Lattimore began tackling Bucs quarterback Tom Brady.

“I don’t think it deserved any kind of suspension,” Brady said.

“I find that ridiculous. Hopefully we can get past this and get to a better place

“I don’t think Mike should be blamed and singled out. Unfortunately, he was, and that’s just the reality of life in the NFL.

Brady also clarified the rumors that Ryan Fitzpatrick was “that mom******” that a team decided to take him on as quarterback while Brady was a free agent in 2020.

Some have suggested Brady was referring to Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, or even Miami signal caller Ryan Fitzpatrick – including Fitzmagic himself!

“I still believe to this day that I am that mom,” the Miami quarterback said earlier this week The Dan Le Batard Show.

Although Brady specifically denied it was Fitzpatrick.

“I’m happy to let them guess and unfortunately if that comes out I’ll have to tell him dIt wasn’t him.’

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