Brady vague about future contract

Patriots QB Tom Brady talked briefly about his contract situation on Friday at the Tom Brady Flag Football Challenge at Harvard’s stadium. Brady, whose contract expires at the end of the 2010 season, did not offer many details. (Via Albert Breer‘s Twitter account.)

“I don’t really want to talk about it a whole lot because there’s nothing anyone can solve, other that the team and myself,” Brady said. “There’s a lot of guys on my situation. So really I just wanna focus on what’s coming up this week and I’m just excited to be back on the field with the guys. Things happen, some are out of your control. You just gotta go with the flow.”

Is he worried about a possible injury?

“Really, I haven’t been thinking about it a whole lot,” Brady said. “It’s just part of the process. I love being out on the field with the guys playing, and that’s really where my focus is.”

NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora said Thursday that Brady is likely waiting to see what Peyton Manning does before signing his contract.

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