by Adam Gretz
Speaking publicly for the first time since his season-ending knee injury way back in Week 1, New England quarterback Tom Brady appeared on Toronto's Fan 590 with Bob McCown Wednesday evening. Why he was appearing on a Toronto radio station is a mystery -- and kind of bizarre -- but, whatever, it's Tom Brady and when he talks, people are going to listen.
After answering a few questions about his political interests and relief work in Africa with Bono in 2007, Brady was asked what it was like to be a spectator for the entire season. His response: "Sh*t happens, so to speak. The reality is it happens ... I'm in a new part of my career, and a different process that I'm excited about. Rehabilitation has different challenges. The tough part is you're not experiencing stuff you love to do. Once you get over that, you focus on whatever you have to focus on."