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Tom Brady changes offseason habits because of CBA

Tom Brady has attacked this year's offseason program in New England differently than any time since he was in his twenties. He's been at the New England Patriots' facility every day, working out. In the few years since his first son was born, Brady often spent time in California until OTAs began.

Brady isn't just looking to get the bad taste of the Super Bowl loss to the New York Giants out of his mouth. He's changed his habits because of changes to the collective bargaining agreement.

Brady told Albert Breer of NFL Network that he wanted to make every minute count this offseason because of the limited amount of work that the CBA allows.

Deion Branch told Breer that he sees a "renewed determination" from Brady after last year's disappointing end. (Honestly, it's hard to imagine Brady being more fired up or determined. His head might explode.)

Early in his career, Brady owned the parking spot given to the player who worked the hardest in the weight room. He gave that honor up in recent seasons, but perhaps he's ready to get it back.

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