Tom Brady’s health and wellness company TB12 Sports recently hinted at the GOAT QB’s future. TB12 Sports released a potentially telling message on social media. This came shortly after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ recent playoff loss.
“You win or you learn,” TB12 Sports tweeted out. “There are no failures, only lessons. When you fall, you need to pick yourself up with greater enthusiasm than you went down. Now we look back on an incredible season, learn our lessons, and get up … because even greater things are coming.”
The company then added the hashtag #KeepGoing. Everything could indicate that Brady, 44, plans to play the final year of his contract in 2022 in a bid to seek another Super Bowl ring. However, “bigger things” could revolve around his family and his life plans after football, rather than another ring.
Brady declined to talk about his future after Sunday’s 30-27 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. “To be honest folks, I’m thinking about this game,” Brady told the media. “I won’t think about anything more than five minutes from now.” “I haven’t thought much about it. I just take it day by day and see where we are,” he added in reference to his future.
Brady’s vision for how he wants to end his career seems to align with what TB12 tweeted. The Bucs quarterback described his perfect ending while speaking with NBC’s Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth the day before the Bucs-Rams game. Brady wants to end up with a Super Bowl rather than a playoff loss, but his pregame testimony and TB12 tweet still leave things inconclusive.
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