Quarterback Tom Brady reveals in the September issue of Men’s Health magazine that he’s about to open his own sports therapy center in Foxborough. “I’m actually going to start a business,” he says, explaining that the TB12 Sports Therapy Center will open this September at Patriot Place. He tells the magazine, “I just want to help people. It’s so frustrating for me to see athletes not being able to do what they really love to do. And I’m like, God, it’s not that hard. It’s really not. Guys work really hard, but if you work hard at the wrong things, you just don’t get the results you want.” Brady goes on to talk about how he wants to play football into his 50s, and about how his emotions affect his game. “When I’m most emotional I’m probably most focused,” he says. “I like to be emotional because it brings out the best in me and my teammates.” There’s been no statement from the Patriots about plans for Brady’s therapy center. We reached out to ask where it will be and who will go, but as of Tuesday evening, we hadn’t heard back.