Tom Brady discusses his family's condition as the 23rd NFL season begins.

There have been rumors that Brady and Gisele Bundchen are having marital issues. According to Page Six of the New York Post, 

Gisele is disappointed with Brady's decision to play another season after first retiring in February. On a new episode of the "Let's Go!" podcast on Monday, 

Brady talked about the difficulties of juggling football and family, though he avoided directly addressing the rumour.

Even if sports were going on, Brady advised Gray, "You can't stop your life." I have a high school freshman who plays football, too, 

despite the fact that I have been playing for 23 years. My 12-year-old son is going through life. My nine-year-old daughter is going through life.

In addition, I have parents and a lot of other incredibly significant off-field objectives that you're working to achieve.

We're all dealing with different issues. And I believe that once football season arrives, I truly focus on what I need to do.

Brady might have spent more time with his family if he had retired, but after leading the NFL in passing yards and touchdowns the previous season, the seven-time Super Bowl champion claimed he was unable to do so.

In addition to seeking to avenge the Bucs' defeat to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Divisional Round last winter, Brady has frequently stated that he wants to play until he is 45 years old. This season, he will achieve that ambition.