Tom Brady will meet with the New England Patriots and coach Bill Belichick for the first time in over two months as he seeks his second NFL championship.
Brady and Belichick will speak at the game, which kicks off at 4:05 p.m.
ET, on Sunday, Feb. 10, the first of four games in five days.
Brittany, 51, said he will be looking forward to getting out on the field and getting to know his teammates, the Patriots’ defense and the players who helped him win his third Super Bowl ring.
He will also get to see how the team will handle some of the more difficult situations during the Super Bowl, which will be played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, and will be broadcast on NBC.
Britton said he has to be honest with himself.”
I’m not worried about my stats,” he said.
”I’m going to go out there and play my best, I know that.”
Brady was on a winning streak before he was suspended by the NFL for the four-game suspension of his first four games for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.
He was reinstated last year and played well for the Patriots during their championship run.
He won Super Bowl XLVIII over Peyton Manning, the Denver Broncos, and San Francisco 49ers.
Brady has one touchdown pass this season, one interception and one touchdown.
He has also been on the receiving end of criticism over the past few seasons.
He has been criticized for being overly emotional during the playoffs, for getting emotional after losses and for getting caught up in emotion.
Brittle, who won the NFL MVP award in 2017, will be asked to do a better job of controlling his emotions, as well as be more careful with his words, according to sources familiar with the talks.
The team has also asked him to work on his communication skills, which have improved this year.
The team also wants him to stay away from Twitter and to be more involved in the team, according with sources.
Brandy has not spoken publicly about his future in the NFL.
His agent, Chris Berman, told the Boston Globe this month that he was considering a comeback, but the NFL has been silent on the matter.
Brandi Kesselman is a staff writer for the Boston Herald sports department.