Tom Brady on Life After Football: "I Think About It More Now"

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has a record eight Super Bowl appearances and five Super Bowl championships to his name, and, at age 40, he continues to defy the odds, leading the league in passing yards last season (the oldest quarterback ever to do so) and earning his third MVP award. Still, during his Super Soul Sunday conversation with Oprah, the living legend admits that he thinks about life after football more than he used to. Even though he hasn't decided when he will retire from the sport, Tom says he sees an "end coming sooner rather than later." Plus, Tom opens up about how being a father has given him a "great perspective" on what's truly important in life.

Tune in to the special episode of Super Soul Sunday featuring a conversation between Oprah and Tom Brady on Sunday, June 17, at 11 a.m. PT/ET on OWN. Plus, listen to their conversation on Oprah's podcast, Oprah's Super Soul Conversations. Part 1 will be available Monday, June 18, and Part 2 will be available Wednesday, June 20. You can find both on Apple Podcasts.