Tom Brady spoke to WEEI.com Dennis and Callahan’s radio show as usual on a Monday morning about beating the Dallas Cowboys, playing the Colts, and defending his body coach Alex Guerrero from a Boston Mag article that painted him in a really bad light.
Brady was asked about Guerrero’s past where he tried selling people on a product called Supreme Greens that effectively treat cancer, AIDS, diabetes, and obesity, and many other things. Of course, the Federal Trade Commission shut down his company in 2004.
On Monday morning, talking to Kirk Minihane and Gerry Callahan, Brady defended Guerrero.
“Everything in life is more than meets the eye,” Brady said. “A lot of people were involved in that business. Alex has said that he wishes he had done things differently. And he did. He settled that and paid the price. At some point, you’ve got to move on with your life. For someone to bring up a story from 13 years ago, that’s not news to him. He lived it.”
Brady is also for the Eastern medicine that Guerrero believes in.
“Our approach to medicine is, let’s wait until you get sick. Wait until you get hurt. Oh, and then we’ll treat you,” Brady said. “Well, how about trying to find ways to prevent that from even happening? I think it’s a much better approach to medicine. When you say, ‘Wow, this sounds like quackery,’ there’s a lot of things that I see on a daily basis in Western medicine that I think, ‘Wow, why would they ever do that? That is crazy. That doesn’t work.’ That’s just how life is.”
He talked about Greg Hardy, and playing the Colts and what he expects to happen on Sunday and getting some revenge. To listen to his entire interview, please GO HERE.