Tom Brady’s first retirement lasted all of 41 days, and though the 2022 season hasn’t started the way he and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had hoped, the GOAT won’t be jumping ship anytime soon.
When asked about a recent suggestion from NBC Sports analyst (and former Bucs quarterback) Chris Simms that Brady might not even finish the year before heading back into retirement, Tampa Bay’s current signal-caller got a good laugh out of it.
After the joking subsided, Brady gave a clear and definitive answer.
“I love the sport and I love the teammates and I want to go do a great job with this team like I always have.
“No retirement in my future,” Brady said.
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Sorry to rain on the hater parade, but no, the GOAT isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
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