There has been plenty of discussion surrounding the New England Patriots this offseason.
Is there tension between Brady and Belichick? Are the Patriots finally starting to crack?
There is no confirmed proof of either, but Brady missing OTAs has only fueled speculation.
Some may have figured he just wanted to spend more time with family. But we've found out he's had a full list of things to do outside football.
Many wouldn't have guessed this list included throwing footballs yacht-to-yacht with a competitor in the Monaco Grand Prix.
Touchdown! 🙌 Tom Brady finds Daniel in the deep! 🏈⚓️@TAGHeuer pic.twitter.com/xtGusCPsPI— Aston Martin Red Bull Racing (@redbullracing) May 27, 2018
The man who caught the football was Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull Racing. He would go on to win the Monaco Grand Prix.
Everything that Brady touches turns to gold.
Brady serves as a brand ambassador for TAG Heuer. Red Bull Racing started using TAG Heuer branded Renault engines a few years back.
@bellahadid and Tom Brady join Aston Martin @RedBullRacing drivers @danielricciardo and @maxverstappen1 just moments before the start of the #MonacoGP, with the Fan Messengers displaying your encouraging messages! #DontCrackUnderPressure #TAGHeuerIsMotorRacing #F1 pic.twitter.com/T49sSQqT0V— TAG Heuer (@TAGHeuer) May 27, 2018
This part of the trip is certainly important for the Tom Brady brand.
And one of the most important people that was by his side the entire way.
The Brady posse rolling deep in Monaco pic.twitter.com/ULm8qQmnWr— Michael Giardi (@MikeGiardi) May 27, 2018
TB12 guru Alex Guerrero was on the trip also.
With that being the case, I'm sure Brady hasn't missed a day of training on his overseas trip.