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"Other than playing football," Brady said to MMQB, "the other thing I love to do is prepare to play football."
"I'd like to play until my mid-40s," Brady told MMQB. "Then I'll make a decision.
In an interview with ( , Andrews shared that she was diagnosed in September 2016 after undergoing a routine check-up in June.
The NFL has long opposed the idea of a Las Vegas franchise, but at the spring owners meetings, the Oakland Raiders' potential move to Sin City is expected to be a main topic of discussion that's not on the official schedule, according to Peter King of ( Sports Illustrated's MMQB .
( Peter King of Sports Illustrated's MMQB made the same predictions but qualified them by saying the picks represented just a "best guess."   The Los Angeles Daily News ( reported that an anonymous high-ranking NFL official told the paper the Super Bowl was definitely coming back to L.A.
For years Manning - who played 14 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and his final four seasons with the Broncos - ranked among the top signal-callers in the NFL, battling for the top spot with rival Tom Brady, who told ( Sports Illustrated's MMQB that Manning, ahead of his retirement, "set the standard for how to play the quarterback position." Echoing those sentiments, at the press conference Monday, John Elway, Denver Broncos executive vice president of football operations and general manager (as well as a Hall of Fame Denver quarterback himself), said simply that Manning "revolutionized the game."
"He set the standard for how to play the quarterback position," Brady told ( Sports Illustrated's MMQB.
The Vikings, who are desperately in need of a signal caller after a disastrous 2013 season, are reportedly interested to use their no.8 overall pick for Bortles, according to , Peter King