The five-time Super Bowl champion -- and his teammates -- tell all on "The Late Show."
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's got some strange aspirations for when his football days are behind him.
During a segment on Thursday's "Late Show" called "Just One Question for the Super Bowl Players," host Stephen Colbert gave his staff the chance to ask just one question to the athletes from both the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams competing in Sunday's Super Bowl.
Brady -- who's led his team to five Super Bowl wins -- was asked, "Do you have any plans for your life after football?"
"Yeah. After football, I'm gonna play baseball," the 41-year-old replied. "And after baseball, I'm gonna play Hamlet."
Brady then whipped out a skull and his best theatrical British accent to quote Shakespeare. It was -- well -- you can decide that for yourself.
See how the rest of the players answered their one question (a few got two of 'em) below.
What was your first thought when you found out you were going to the Super Bowl?
Johnny Hekker, Rams: "My first thought was, 'I hope we get a lot of tickets because we have a big family.'"
If you win the Super Bowl, are you going to Disneyland?
John Johnson III, Rams: "Nah, man. I'm banned for life 'cause I got too excited on the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' ride. I tried to fight the skeletons 'cause they wasn't 'bout to do my boy, Jack Sparrow, like that."
Who's gonna win 'The Bachelor' this year?
John: "Look, Hannah G. is doing way better than Hannah B. I mean, she got the first impression rose, so she's sitting pretty. But Colton didn't take her on any dates last week. Plus, there's always Cassie, so I say it's anyone's game."
Do you have any nicknames for your coach?
Trey Flowers, Patriots: "Sure, we call him Coach."
Are you worried some women will only love you because you're a famous muscular athlete?
Trey: "It's fine with me!"
How much can you bench?
Julian Edelman, Patriots: "You mean lifting weights or feeding birds? Because you sit on a park bench, and I can feed birds all day without getting tired. They're like nature's friends."