Tom Brady says he’s retiring ‘for good’ after 23 seasons in NFL with Buccaneers, Patriots
Tom Brady is retiring, again.
The legendary quarterback said in a video posted to Twitter on Wednesday that he’s “retiring, for good” after 23 seasons in the NFL.
“Good morning, guys. I’ll get to the point right away. I’m retiring … for good,” Brady said. “I know the process was a pretty big deal last time, so when I woke up this morning, I figured I’d just press record, and I’d let you guys know first. It won’t be long-winded. You only get one super emotional retirement essay and I used mine up last year. So I really thank you guys so much. To every single one of you for supporting me: My family, my friends, my teammates, my competitors I could go on forever. There’s too many. Thank you guys for allowing me to live my absolute dream. I wouldn’t change a thing. I love you all.”
Brady, 45, won seven Super Bowl titles with the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The three-time NFL MVP holds nearly every career passing record from passing yards (89,214) to passing touchdowns (649).
Wednesday’s announcement comes a year after Brady announced his retirement the first time. That exit lasted 40 days before Brady eventually returned to the NFL and the Bucs.
Brady was slated to be a free agent entering the 2023 offseason.
Around The NFL will have more on Brady’s retirement shortly.
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