"We're in a great place, I'll just say that," Brady said. "I'm a lucky man."
The NFL pro went on to praise his wife. "There's no bigger supporter that I have than her, and vice versa," he said of the 35-year-old supermodel. "I don't think anything will ever get in the way of that."
Last Thursday, a judge overturned NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's May 11 suspension of Brady for his alleged role in using under-inflated footballs in a playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts earlier this year. Brady is now clear to play in the New England Patriots' season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Wednesday, Sept. 10.
During his Tuesday morning interview, Brady wasn't so keen on talking about his role in Deflategate. "I don't want to have these conversations every five minutes," he said, "Because at the end of the day it takes away from what it should be: An exciting time for me and my team."
The athlete added, "I'm sorry that whatever's happened has taken focus away from my team and what we accomplished last year. It should have been a joyous offseason."
The Deflategate verdict came just one day after a source told ET that the couple is "going through a rocky point," due to Gisele's "perfectionist" ways and the Super Bowl champ's intense focus on football.
Yet, another source close to the supermodel said despite the multiple divorce rumors over the past few months, the two "are doing better than ever and are very much in love."
Brady’s recent interview falls in line with the united front the couple displayed over the weekend. Bundchen posted a heartwarming moment of her husband playing with their daughter Vivian. "And my heart melts," she wrote in the caption of the Instagram.