Tom Brady has been through a lot for the game of football, but everything must come to an end. This is even true for GOAT careers.
While he kicked back with LeBron James and crew on HBO’s The Shop, Tom Brady had an admission to make. He said that his NFL career is coming to a close, but he didn’t note exactly how much time he has left.
“We’re coming to the end. It’s coming to the end.”
The 43-year-old quarterback will eventually retire, and it only makes sense that day is coming eventually. He has always racked up 22 seasons in the league, far more than most ever dream to reach. His career is already one of the longest in NFL history at this point.
Tom Brady could probably play as long as he chooses to, but he obviously sees that an end is coming to his long road on the gridiron soon enough. Brady previously told USA Today that, “I’m going to be able to obviously play this year and God forbid anything happens but play next year and then see what happens after that. If I still want to keep playing, I might be able to do that. And if that’s enough, then that would be enough.”
It will certainly be a huge day whenever Tom Brady decides to hang up his protective padding for good. That hasn’t happened yet and Brady is already committed to at least one more season with the Buccaneers, so Tampa Bay fans shouldn’t be too worried about losing the GOAT this fast.
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