Tom Brady talks to Oprah about anthem protests, life with Gisele

In this still from a promotional video, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sits down with Oprah Winfrey for an episode of "SuperSoul." (Oprah.com)

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady revealed that the team held meetings last season to discuss the protests during the national anthem.

Brady sat down for an interview with Oprah Winfrey this week and said coach Bill Belichick and the team met on several occasions on how to handle the situation.

At the Sept. 24 game against the Texans, some players took a knee while Brady and others chose to stand and lock arms.

Brady also discussed his relationship with wife Gisele Bundchen and family life.

"She flies in the sky. She's so creative, and I'm very rooted," he said.

Brady talked about why he doesn't like to be called the "greatest quarterback of all time."

"I don't feel that way," Brady said. "I still feel like I'm in it. I still feel like I'm doing it. I still feel like there's still more to be accomplished."

The "SuperSoul" interview will air at 11 a.m. Sunday on OWN.

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