|Patiriots owner Bob Kraft isn't concerned Tom Brady will turn 36 in August. (US Presswire)|
Brady will turn 36 in August and is signed through 2014 at $15 million per season.
Asked if he was concerned about Brady's age, Kraft told Comcast SportsNet New England's Tom Curran: "I think he had a remarkable year this year and I think we look at each year as it happens. I'd love him to be here as long as he's productive and feels he wants to play."
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Asked if he could envision Brady playing for another team, Kraft replied: "That's his choice, but I would surely never like to see that happen. I think [of] what he's done for this franchise. ... But once again, everything is a dual decision. But I think, somehow I feel he'll know when it's not right for him and I believe he loves being a Patriot and we sure love having him be part of our organization."
Curran noted the Kraft-Brady love affair hasn't always been smooth. Two years ago, Kraft talked about the "lazy interception" Brady threw in a playoff loss to the Jets, a reference that rankled Brady's camp.
This season, Brady finished sixth in passer rating (98.7), fourth in passing yards (4,827), fourth in touchdown throws (34) and 11th in completion percentage (63.0). He threw four touchdowns and two interceptions in two playoff games.
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