NFL legend Tom Brady says his career is over. This time it’s real.
In a video posted to his social channels on Wednesday morning, Brady cut to the chase: “I’m retiring, forever.”
“I know the process was important last time, so when I woke up this morning, I thought I’d just press record and let you guys know first,” he added. “You only have one super emotional retirement essay, I really used my notes last year, thank you so much, thank you to every single one of you for supporting me, my family, my friends, my teammates, my Competitors, I could go on forever. Thank you guys for making my absolute dream come true. I wouldn’t change a thing.”
As Brady said, he Officially retired
from the NFL a year ago today, only to reverse course a month later Back to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the final season. The Buccaneers made layoffs this season but did not advance to the first round.
With Brady’s football career over, his career in entertainment may just be beginning. Brady walked the red carpet for the Los Angeles career of the movie Tuesday
for Brady, in which he plays himself. Brady also co-owns a production company called Religion of Sports, which produces sports-related content.
Of course, after his return to the NFL last year, he signed a rich multi-year deal with Fox Sports, which said he would join the network’s NFL broadcast booth whenever he decided to retire. Fox CEO Lachlan Murdoch added at the time that Brady “will also serve as our ambassador, especially with clients and promotions.”
Most wins in NFL history quarterback, Brady led his team in 2002 and 1235294358 won 7 Super Bowl championships, including 6 with the New England Patriots, the cornerstone of the sports dynasty, and 1 with the Buccaneers.
But Brady has also been in the news lately for less favorable things. Last year he and Gisele Bundchen announced their divorce, and he was involved in the collapse of bankrupt crypto exchange FTX because of his paid-to-speak people. Brady could lose millions in bankruptcy.