All the information on the future of the winningest quarterback ever
This Saturday the news that has been talked about for weeks, or months, was released: Tom Brady’s alleged retirement after 22 successful seasons in the NFL, a time in which he won all kinds of titles, awards and broke a lot of records.
Here you can find all the latest news and live reactions about Brady’s farewell, a legend, probably the greatest in the history of the league.
18:30 ET: In one of the latest reports, Tom Brady called the Bucs to inform them that he is “not even close” to making a retirement decision, according to The Athletic NFL Insider Jeff Howe.
18:05 ET: It is the question that all sports fans constantly ask themselves, who is the greatest athlete in the history of sports, is it Brady? Here we give you some options, although surely you have your favorite.
17:55 ET: Among the latest reports on Tom Brady’s retirement, Bally Sports says the seven-time Super Bowl winner has contacted the Bucs’ General Manager, mentioning that he has not yet made a final decision on his retirement. Jason Licht respects the process and expects a final decision.
17:45 ET: If you’re wondering if the reports about Tom Brady’s retirement are true, here’s the latest information about the news that has shocked the sports world today.
17:35 ET: If the controversy surrounding the news of Tom Brady’s retirement wasn’t enough, the quarterback’s father, Tom Brady Sr. has denied that information, via Kylen Mills.
“Tom Brady Sr. tells KRON 4 News that his son is not retiring. Brady Sr. says an online publication started circulating an unsubstantiated rumor. However a number of NFL insiders are now reporting it.”
17:30 ET: From his arrival to the Patriots as the 199th pick in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft, taking the starting job from Drew Bledsoe and his consolidation in the league, here we remember the rise of this legend.
17:20 ET: As we all wait for Tom Brady to confirm the reports himself, we need to talk about the repercussions of his retirement in the NFL and the sports world in general.
17:10 ET: From a future legend to the greatest legend, Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes is one more NFL star reacting to Tom Brady’s apparent retirement and he did it on social media with one emoji, GOAT.
17:05 ET: Mike Evans, the receiver who had the honor of catching the last touchdown pass in Brady’s career, joins the GOAT’s farewell with a tweet that could be taken as confirmation of this legend’s goodbye. “Thanks for everything big bro it was an honor, GOAT,” he wrote.
17: 00 ET: Do you know all the records Tom Brady has broken or set after his long NFL career? Not only has he won more Super Bowls than any other player and completed more towchdown passes in Super Bowls, check out all of his marks here.
16:50 ET: Hard to pick just one, but here’s what might be the most epic moment in Brady’s career, the comeback against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI, at least that’s the NFL’s opinion.
16:30 ET: Maybe some imagined it, but no one could have been sure that Tom Brady’s touchdown pass to Mike Evans in the game against the Los Angeles Rams in the Divisional Round would be the last in his incomparable career.
16:00 ET: According to Adam Schefter, Brady’s agent, Don Yee, did not confirm the 44-year-old quarterback’s retirement. “Without getting into the accuracy or inaccuracy of what’s being reported, Tom will be the only person to express his plans with complete accuracy,” Yee said Saturday in a statement. “He knows the realities of the football business and planning calendar as well as anybody, so that should be soon.”
15:30 ET: An injury was the cause of Tom Brady receiving his first opportunity as a starting quarterback in the NFL and here we tell you the story.
15:20 ET: One of his best on-field partners and Brady’s friend, Julian Edelman, joined in the love and tributes to the quarterback’s career with a simple but humorous tweet, “Thanks for the memories, babe.”
15:00 ET: For many the answer is obvious, but others wonder how many Super Bowl titles Brady won during his career, as well as with how many teams, and here we tell you.
14:29 ET: ESPN journalists Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington reported Brady’s retirement moments before the NFL posted in their social media accounts a homage to Brady’s career.
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