Former Major League pitcher and pitching coach Tom House has branched out to football. And his roster of quarterback clients is increasing.
“I’m a little hesitant about saying everybody who’s coming in because I’m not quite sure whether some of the organizations know their kids are coming here,” House told Alex Marvez and Zig Fracassi of SiriusXM NFL Radio. “But we probably have about half the NFL quarterbacks that are out there are at least making inquiries on some phase of either mechanics or functional strength.”
House disclosed that, in addition to Brady, House will be working with Vikings quarterback Matt Cassel and Eagles quarterback Matt Barkley.
As to House’s most famous client, the pitcher-turned-pitching-coach-turned-quarterback coach said that Brady came to House because Brady believed he had lost some of his distance and accuracy. (But but but but what about those who insist that Brady is the same as he ever was?)
House is helping Brady get the most that he can out of his abilities for as long as possible, with a goal (as House explained to Marvez and Fracassi) of playing until he’s 43 to 45 years old. House could be setting himself up to have a thriving quarterback coaching business for that long or longer, especially if his clients get results.
Or, more accurately, if his clients think they’re getting results.