Tom Brady‘s run in the NFL has actually formally pertained to an end … the quarterback exposed Wednesday early morning he’s retiring — and this time, it’s “for good.”
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers star made the statement in a brief video that he published to his social networks page.
In the clip, Brady resisted tears — while firmly insisting there’s no possibility he returns to the arena once again.
“I know the process was a pretty big deal last time,” Brady stated, “so when I woke up this morning I figured I’d just press record and let you guys know first.”
Tom went on to thank his household, pals, colleagues, challengers and fans — including that he “wouldn’t change a thing.”
“Love you all,” he concluded.
Brady’s made this statement as soon as previously — back on Feb. 1 of in 2015, he informed the football world he was done. Of course, that retirement lasted simply a couple of weeks, as he unretired simply 40 days later on.
Tom’s agreement with the Bucs had actually gone out this offseason — however lots of had actually hypothesized the 45-year-old might return in 2023, possibly with the Super Bowl competitor San Francisco 49ers.
But, Brady — who played 23 seasons in the NFL — made it clear in his video Wednesday, he ain’t returning.
Tom appeared at peace with this choice at the “80 For Brady” best on Tuesday in Los Angeles, sporting a huge smile while rubbin’ elbows with his costars and other Hollywood superstars.
Brady will decrease as probably the best football gamer ever — his resume is unequaled … he won 7 Super Bowls, made 3 MVP awards, and was chosen to 15 Pro Bowls. He was likewise called an All-Pro 3 times … and tossed for 89,214 lawns and 649 TDs — both NFL records.
In his last season in the league, Brady led the Bucs to the playoffs — however bailed out early, losing to the Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card round.
He’s now anticipated to strike the broadcast cubicle after signing a mega offer to deal with Fox as a color analyst.