Brady: 'I don't worry about much these days'

Brady: 'I don't worry about much these days'
June 12, 2013, 6:30 pm
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Tom Brady is against a proposed California bill that would make it difficult for pro football players to receive workers' compensation.

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The talk of Patriots mini-camp so far has been, as expected, Tim Tebow.

One of the biggest concerns people seem to have about the quarterback joining the Patriots is the distractions that often come with him.

But if anyone on the Patriots is concerned about that, the players certainly haven't made that clear, including starting quarterback Tom Brady, who said he doesn't "worry about much these days."

"I think everyone is prepared to deal with some level of different things that happen on a daily basis and to mentally tough enough to push through and still be able to do your job at a high level as most important," Brady said. "That's really what you owe the team is to show up every day and do the job the best you can."

As for the actual quarterback situation, Tebow's fellow backup Ryan Mallett is on board with having another player who can take some snaps for the team.

"It's kind of unique how it's set up but I think we have three great players in that room that have to ability to help our team win games, so we get it done how we can," Mallett said.

Check out the video above to see what else the quarterbacks had to say about the addition of Tim Tebow.