FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - Tom Brady is starting his 15th NFL training camp and still feels there's room for improvement.
He says the goal is to get better whether a player is the newest one on the team or the oldest. Brady will be 37 on Aug. 3 and is the oldest New England Patriots player by more than three years.
He took turns throwing passes with Ryan Mallett and Jimmy Garoppolo as camp began. Mallett is in his fourth camp with New England and Garoppolo is in his first. But Brady says that no matter how much experience a player has, he never has everything figured out.
He says a player never knows when he's in his last training camp so he appreciates his opportunities.
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