Tom Brady is retiring from football after 22 seasons in which he won seven Super Bowl championships, according to reports.
Tom Brady knew it was likely his final act as a football player when he exited the field following the Buccaneers‘ defeat to the LA Rams last weekend, according to sources.
Tom Brady is largely regarded as the finest quarterback in the history of the National Football League. He has spent time processing that perspective in the days following, according to insiders, and is planning his retirement announcement as well as the next stage of his life and career.
Tom Brady Has Not Officially Announced His Retirement
Brady’s decision to retire was influenced by several things, including his family and health. Brady is aware, albeit to a lesser extent, that the Buccaneers are going to see considerable personnel change, according to sources.
Tom Brady, 44, has insisted for weeks that he does not desire a “final season.” Many people who knew him thought he wanted a choice made quickly and without a lot of controversies. He’ll turn his attention to new projects. According to insiders, he feels now is the ideal time to retire from the game.
Tom Brady has yet to announce his retirement intentions, but he will do it with care so as not to overshadow the NFL‘s playoff games, including the Super Bowl. Brady’s organization, TB12 Sports, sent out a tweet that looked to announce his decision, but it was quickly removed.
Brady’s agent, Don Yee, said he would leave any comments on the quarterback’s future to Brady himself.
Brady will complete a legendary career that lasted three decades and took him from Foxborough to Tampa to Canton when he makes his retirement official.
Tom Brady earned seven Lombardi trophies, the most in NFL history for a single player, as well as five Super Bowl MVP awards. During his 22-year career, he set several records, including the most touchdown passes (624) and passing yards (84,250).