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Tom Brady is fully embracing life as a Florida Man.
The Buccaneers quarterback and his wife Gisele Bunchen are new owners of a property on Indian Creek Island — also known as “billionaire’s bunker” — Page Six reported on Thursday. And the former six-time Patriots Super Bowl champion made it clear during his weekly media availability that he won’t be making New England home again anytime soon given how much he’s enjoying the climate in his new state.
“I was a native Californian for a long time in my life and went away from it for about 25 years. You won’t catch me dead living in the Northeast anymore,” Brady told reporters Thursday. “I’m loving the warm weather and it’s been a great feeling.”
Brady has had an up-and-down year in his first season with the Buccaneers after spending the first 20 years of his career with the Patriots. The Bucs are 7-5 and have lost three of four, with coach Bruce Arians not being afraid to publicly criticize Brady’s play.
But that hasn’t deterred the 43-year-old from enjoying his new home. He and Bundchen had been renting Derek Jeter’s mansion in Tampa but will now be putting down roots as more permanent residents of Florida as they build their dream house on Indian Creek — the news of which came a day after The Post reported Brady and Bundchen are selling their Tribeca home for just under $40 million.
“It’s amazing, just to be at this point in the season and to still be outside practicing today, it turned into a beautiful day,” said the 43-year-old Brady, is in the first season of a two-year, $50 million deal.
“I know we have a warm one coming up on Sunday. I always came down to Florida late in the year, we always played the Dolphins, they were in our [division]. It was pretty tough to adjust to and just being in it really prepares you for the heat, because it definitely takes a toll if you’re not used to it. But I’ve loved just being outside every day.”
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