Gisele asked former MI player to convince Tom Brady to retire

Jay Feely, a former National Football League kicker who played with Brady at MI, told SI's Greg Bishop that while he was vacationing with Brady and his family last spring, Gisele Bündchen spent time "trying to get me to convince [Tom] to stop playing". He was even better in the playoffs, completing 67 percent of his passes while throwing for five touchdowns without an interception.

Remember a year ago when Brady's jersey was stolen out of the Patriots locker room following their comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons?

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, pictured at the Met Gala this past May, have been married since 2009 and have two children.

Anyway, TMZ Sports is reporting that law enforcement in Minneapolis has "special plans" to watch Brady's jersey, and "the protection of player property - especially game-used memorabilia - will be a major priority this time around". "So happy for you and your teammates!", Gisele captioned hers.

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After guiding the Patriots to a fifth Super Bowl title last year - overcoming a 25-point second-half deficit along the way - Brady told SI that he wanted to play "until my mid-40s" and vowed that 2017 was "not going to be my last year". The NFL said it found no evidence of Brady sustaining a concussion.

Brady, of course, wants to keep playing.

Bundchen's revelation, and Brady's seeming confirmation, indicates she's abreast of his career and ambitions. When asked about his wife's claims, Brady did not deny them. A Men's Journal feature story about Brady guru Alex Guerrero references Bundchen doing "rapid-fire sit-ups" at the company's Patriot Place facility. While a couple of quarterbacks remained effective at 40, most notably Brett Favre and Warren Moon, they -- to quote our good friend Max Kellerman -- fell off the cliff at 41. Translation: Nobody is taking Brady's job in the near future barring a serious injury or a sudden and unexpected decline. At least not while he's still playing at such a high level.

Fans of the NFL's other 31 teams aren't the only people hoping New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady hangs up his Uggs soon. Bundchen's pleas won't derail history.

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