Approaching 40 years old, Tom Brady said it's neither happenstance nor his DNA enabling him to continue to play football at an elite level in a league in which most quarterbacks his age have long since been discarded.
In bed by 9:00 most nights and up by 5:30 a.m., the New England Patriots star and Under Armour endorser is as meticulous about his sleep and recuperation as he is about studying defenses. He's what might be called a competitive sleeper.
The five-time Super Bowl champion's devotion to his off-the-field regimen inspired Under Armour to push into a new category — athlete recovery — that the Baltimore-based athletic wear company hopes to make its own. Recovery is...
Tom Brady gets a serious look in the second half.