With Tom Brady now in exile, we’re left wondering how the New England Patriots quarterback will spend his time over the next four weeks as he serves his Deflategate suspension. We know all the things Brady is forbidden from doing, but when asked how he’ll utilize the time, TB12 left zero indication.

Kurt Warner, a Super Bowl-winning QB himself, knows that staying sharp will be crucial because four weeks is a very long time to be away from the game.

“I have to believe Tom has something set up where he is going to be able to simulate as much as he possibly can to make himself as ready as he possibly can be when Week 5 comes around,” Warner, now an NFL Network analyst, told NESN.com’s Michaela Vernava on this week’s “Between the Tackles” podcast.

“I don’t know what that looks like. Do you go get a bunch of high school kids? I don’t know what it looks like and how you set it up, so you’re trying to get some kind of semblance of reading coverages and making decisions and honing your craft so you’re ready.”

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