Tom Brady's "Man in the Arena," the new ESPNPlus series that documents Brady's Super Bowl seasons, gives in-depth and never-before seen comments and stories about several aspects of the seven-time Super Bowl winner's life.
In the most recent episode, Tom Brady's wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, spoke about allowing her modeling career to take a backseat for her husband to succeed.
WATCH: Tom Brady's wife, Gisele Bundchen, talks on letting her modeling career take a backseat
During a newly released trailer for the most recent episode of "Man in the Arena," Gisele Bundchen spoke about allowing her career to take a back seat so that Tom Brady could continue to fulfill his NFL dreams.
Here's what she had to say in the trailer:
"I want him to be very fulfilled. I felt like very fulfilled in my career, so I felt like I was okay to kind of take the back seat and I wanted him to have all the room that he needed to perform at his best because I knew that he wasn't going to be happy if he didn't."
Gisele Bundchen is one of, if not the most well-known and successful supermodels in the world. As someone who was at the top of their profession, opting to put her career on the back burner so that her husband could be happy in the pursuit of fulfilling his NFL dreams is a beautiful act of selflessness and worthy of praise in its own right.
Has Tom Brady fulfilled his NFL dreams?
To get the real answer to this question, one would have to infiltrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' locker room, walk past security, and ask Tom himself.
But with security at an all-time high and the likes of Ndamukong Suh, Vita Vea, and Devin White in the locker room, it's best that you just read this article and take my word for it.
With seven Super Bowl championships (which is more than any singular franchise has won), it's safe to speculate that Tom Brady has indeed fulfilled his NFL dreams. It is also highly likely that Tom Brady has achieved and surpassed the aspirations of most quarterbacks, past, present or future.
Want to win a Super Bowl? Want to win back-to-back Super Bowls? Or is it individual achievements such as throwing for more yards or touchdowns than anyone that has ever played the game at the quarterback position? Brady has probably done it.
And who knows...perhaps we will see Super Bowl ring number eight for the man most considered the greatest of all time.