Tom Brady announces retirement in emotional video Tom Brady is retiring for what he says will be his last season.
A year after suffering media disappointment during his 40-day retirement, Brady announced Wednesday that he has completed the all-time passing record and won seven Super Bowls in a career.
23 years with the Patriots. and buccaneers. I’m going straight to the point: I’m retiring. It’s good,” Brady said candidly in a 53-second selfie video taken on the beach.
“I know the process was very important last time. So when I woke up this morning, I thought I’d break the record and let you know.
Brady, 45, is set to become a free agent for the second time in his career
Having established himself as the greatest player of all time after 20 years with the Patriots, Brady signed with the Buccaneers in 2020 and started with impressive numbers. right after he won his last Super Bowl.
There was talk that he could join the Buccaneers or join the Raiders, 49ers, Jets or Patriots, but he opted for the low end of Hollywood.
Brady told the Buccaneers of his decision at 6 a.m. and released a pre-recorded video about two hours later, according to reports.
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“You’re just frustrated that I had mine last year,” Brady said shortly before his voice began to crack.
Thank you very much, each of you for supporting me: my family, my friends, my team, my people.
competitors. I could go on forever. There are limits. Thank you for allowing me to live my dream life to the fullest.
Brady was the team’s best player in his senior season, leading the NFL in completions (490) and passing attempts (733) while finishing 8-9 for the first time.
The moribund NFC South champions, the Cowboys defeated the Buccaneers in the playoffs.
“Tom’s impact on our franchise over the past three years has been tremendous and we are grateful for the time we spent with him here in Tampa Bay,” the Glazer family, owners of the Buccaneers, said in a statement.
“He set a unique standard that took our entire organization to the next level and created a great moment in our history.”
It is also a generation that tries to escape from the arena. Brady’s retirement, citing “unfinished business”, coincided with the end of his 13-year marriage to model Gisele Bundchen, with whom he has two children.
They divorced in October, 229 days after he returned to the NFL against his wishes for a different future, Page Six reported.
I wish you nothing but wonderful things in this new chapter of your life,” Bundchen said on Wednesday under Brady’s Instagram post.
It is expected that the next chapter will include a spot on the Fox broadcast network for the top NFL games, although it is not known if that is confirmed.
He signed a 10-year, $375 million contract, as The Post exclusively reported, to step into the coaching chair when he’s ready — in 2023 or after the sabbatical — and release Greg Olsen, who was seen in very far away from where he was in the corner.
in the second game. Broadcaster Kevin Burkhardt. Well, based on my own experience, I have to see him believe it, “Favre said on Fox’s Varney & Co.
“But my gut tells me that he is all eligible for the Hall of Fame Class of 2028. , Brady retired as the NFL’s all-time leader in all-time completions (7,753), passing yards (89,214) and touchdowns (649), and his 251 wins include the NFL’s only 16-0 season in 2007.
But the five-time Super Bowl MVP is tied with any other player, winning 35 of 48 playoff games and more Super Bowls (seven) than the franchise’s 32 while making 10 major league appearances, losing both against the Giants and Eagles.