Tom Brady is arguably one of the greatest football players in the history of the sport. He also isn’t afraid to speak his mind when it comes to NFL’s rules and regulations. It seems he already has post-retirement plans as well.

Brady’s time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is always a huge topic of discussion as the quarterback continues to play at a remarkable rate despite being 44 years old right now.

Back in September, Tom Brady even went so far as to say that he can play until he is 50 years of age, which certainly made fans wonder whether he can maintain that level of condition for 6 more years.

While speaking to Oprah, Tom Brady talked about not following his strict diet on Thanksgiving day. On top of that, the NLF legend revealed that she is looking forward to spending more time with his family after retirement.


“That’s the one meal where I’m just like, ‘screw it, let’s go for it. Thanksgiving, there’s a lot to be thankful for, but you only get 4 hours to enjoy it. Practice usually ends at about 1 or 2. You eat about 3:30, then you’re getting ready for the next day of practice.  Same with XMAS.

I’m looking forward to the time when I’m done playing football, so I can have those more normal holidays that I had growing up that were important where the family’s all together.”

Tom Brady even said that he could play in the NFL until he is 55. We will have to wait and see whether Tom Brady will be able to play till he is 50 or even 60 as fans would love to see him play for as long as he can. This news has to make his fans happy that they might get even more time with the GOAT QB.

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