New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has enjoyed a pretty eventful offseason after beating the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII in February.
The 41-year-old quarterback has been spending time with family (including an exciting downhill skiing experience), practicing his golf game, working out at Boston College and UCLA, and other activities.
He also found time to take part in a skit for ABC show "Jimmy Kimmel Live." In a skit that will be shown in its entirety Thursday night, Brady accompanies Jimmy Kimmel and Guillermo Rodriguez to actor Matt Damon's house, and the six-time Super Bowl champion throws a football through one of the windows.
Check out the scene in the video below:
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The rest of the skit should be fantastic.
Brady and the Patriots will begin their Super Bowl title defense in September when New England opens the 2019 season against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Gillette Stadium.
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