Tom Brady has to be the best football player ever. After a disastrous season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the New England Patriots legend announced his retirement earlier this year. The fans, however, aren’t ready to let the veteran quarterback hang up his shoes just yet.
Since his retirement in February, fans and experts have been speculating on a Tom Brady comeback. The 15-time Pro Bowl QB‘s recent purchase of a minority stake in the Las Vegas Raiders franchise has fueled comeback rumors. The 45-year old has clearly decided what he wants to do in the future.
In a recent Sports Illustrated interview, the former Buccaneers football quarterback spoke out about the rumors that he would return to the game after the Raiders purchased the team. The 3-time MVP of the league made it clear in the interview that he is sticking to his decision to retire.
“I am certain that I will not be playing again.” Brady said in an interview to SI that he had tried to make it clear. “I’m sure I won’t be playing again.” “But I am looking forward to my FOX broadcasting job next year.” I am looking forward to my new role with the Raiders .”
Tom Brady has a number of ‘important’ jobs to do after retiring
Tom Brady, a 4-time All-Pro Quarterback, has made it clear that he is retiring and will not be playing football anymore. Brady said that he is involved in many jobs, both professionally and personally. He also takes his work very seriously. There’s no way he will ever play football again.
Tom Brady, unlike his 2022 retirement fiasco, filed his documents of retirement with NFL after announcing that he was leaving the sport. Brady will be eligible for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame by 2028. He is now spending his time with his three children.
Brady has a number of other business interests. Brady recently bought a stake in the WNBA Las Vegas Aces franchise and agreed to a recent deal with Raiders owner Mark Davis to buy a minor stake in Las Vegas’ NFL franchise.
The future Hall of Fame quarterback is clearly enjoying his retirement from football. Brady will begin his second career in 2024 as a Fox Network sports broadcaster.