Tom Brady will play in his first game since separating from Gisele Bündchen on Sunday against the Bucs and Rams.
But CBS' Jim Nantz says he'll limit the coverage of the network's broadcast to the on-field action because he wants to be "respectful" of the GOAT.
The renowned play-by-play announcer discussed his strategy for the call during an interview with Jimmy Traina for the "SI Media Podcast." referring to Brady's highly publicized marital problems:
The subject has been present the entire season, but while I've watched the games, I haven't really heard anyone bring it up. That seems a little bit out of bounds to me. He lives a private life.
The friend Tom is. I send him and his family my best wishes. I want to be respectful since I'm going to be there to cover a football game.
Despite knowing that Brady brought up the matter on his "Let's Go!" podcast with Jim Gray, Nantz continued by saying he doesn't feel the need to address it.