Tom Brady is one of the greatest players to ever lace their cleats in football. The 44-year-old is currently signed to Tampa Bay Buccaneers where he plays as a quarterback. It turns out that he might keep that job for a little while longer, but who knows?

Reports emerged earlier in the day that Brady is retiring from NFL. According to Associated Press, the multi-time Super Bowl winner has told the franchise he hasn’t made up his mind about retiring from the sport.

“Brady called Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht to say he has not made a decision, according to two people who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because of the private nature of the conversations.”

ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington reported Saturday that Brady has retired, but Brady’s agent said the former Patriots player would be the only person to tell if his retiring or not from the sport.


Brady currently holds the record for the most Super Bowl rings with seven. He’s also the NFL’s career leader in numerous passing stats and records. Though Brady is contracted to Buccaneers for this year, he says he wants to spend more time with his family. We will have to see what he decides to do, but it is the GOAT QB’s decision.

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Manik Aftab

Manik Aftab is a news writer at Ringside News. He has been an avid fan of professional wrestling since 2000. His earliest memories of pro wrestling involved The Rock taking on The McMahon-Helmsley faction in 2000. Outside of his writing responsibilities, Manik is a fan of fiction, thrillers, comics, manga and anime. He’s an occasional journalist and likes to spend his free time watching movies and reading stuff about politics, science, medicine, etc. Manik also enjoys jogs in the park and workouts in the gym.  Manik is also a big of rock bands including Linkin Park, Breaking Benjamin, Metallica, Drowning Pool, Breaking Point, and Skillet. His current favorite wrestler is Kazuchika Okada and his favorite wrestler of all time is The Rock.

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