At 40, New England Patriots veteran quarterback Tom Brady performed above and beyond expectations last season en route to his third Most Valuable Player (MVP) trophy. Despite his age, Brady showed younger quarterbacks how to get things done as he led the league in passing yards and passing touchdowns last season. Brady threw for 4,577 yards and 32 touchdowns with eight interceptions, and 1,132 yards and eight touchdowns with no interceptions in three playoff games. Brady has credited his longevity and top shape to Alex Guerrero and the TB12 method.

Aside from being his trainer, Brady considers Guerrero a close friend and business partner. Aside from Brady, Guerrero has other NFL players as clients, including tight end Rob Gronkowski, who regularly visits his Gillette Stadium clinic for consultation.

Lynch hires Brady’s trainer

Now, Guerrero’s long list will include Denver Broncos backup quarterback Paxton Lynch, who has hired Brady’s trainer to get him in shape as he prepares for next season, according to a report by Tom Pelissero. The Broncos took Lynch in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, seeing him as a potential franchise quarterback. However, he was beaten twice by Trevor Siemian for the starting job, leaving his career in doubt.

According to Pelissero, Lynch is preparing himself for battle as he reaches the crossroads in his career. The Broncos expect Case Keenum to be their starter, with Lynch as a backup. However, Lynch has a chance to prove himself in training camp if he is to take over the starting role. Lynch also needs to prepare for another competition as the Broncos plan to draft a quarterback with the No.

5 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, according to team manager John Elway. In four starts, Lynch completed 79-of-128 passes for 792 yards with four touchdowns and four interceptions.

Eagles want Wentz to learn from Brady

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz was having a career year when he suffered a torn ACL and LCL in his left knee, ending his season.

Brady also suffered almost the same injury during Week 1 of the 2008 season, but he bounced back the following season. The Eagles hope that Wentz can do the same, so coach Doug Pederson plans to tell his starting quarterback to learn from Brady and what he has done to boost his longevity. “Longevity’s everything in this business. Learn from the best. Learn from Tom Brady, who got hurt early in his career,” said Pederson. The 25-year-old Wentz is expected to recover in time for the 2018 season.