Tom Brady: Quarterback speaks out on retiring from the game again

Tom Brady has officially ended his NFL career. Will it still come to the retirement from the second retirement still dreamed of by many? The 45-year-old has now taken a clear stance in his “Let’s Go” podcast.

Will Tom Brady’s career end for good?

Many fans are probably still hoping for another retirement from the quarterback legend’s second retirement. On his “Let’s Go” podcast, the 45-year-old has now spoken out clearly – and reaffirmed his final career end as an NFL player.

“There will always be a part of me that wants to play football and I know I still can. But I feel like now is the right time to stop,” Brady said on his “Let’s Go” podcast about his career ending.

Tom Brady: Quarterback declares final NFL career end

Many a football fan probably still wishes the seven-time Super Bowl winner would continue his 23-year NFL career into the upcoming 2024 season

However, the 45-year-old Brady has relegated those musings to the realm of rumour with his public declaration that his career is over.

“For me, it’s more than just the fact that it’s going to end one day,” the former New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback said.

Tom Brady on future plans: “Time to try different things “

The main reason for his retirement, meanwhile, is not that he has lost the desire to play football, Brady said. “It’s not like I can’t or don’t want to play football anymore. I love playing football. I’ve loved it since I was a little kid playing on the streets of Portalo Drive. But I think it’s time to try other things now.”

Brady grew up in San Mateo, California, near San Francisco. Only a few days ago, the ex-quarterback announced that he would start a new job as a TV pundit at the TV channel “FOX Sports” in the autumn of 2024. This put paid to rumours that he might play in the Super Bowl.

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