Tom Brady is one of NFL’s all-time greats. The football icon had a legendary career that saw him win seven Super Bowl championships. Most of these victories during those 22 seasons came during his association with the New England Patriots.

Brady is finally speaking up about the Patriots after confirming his retirement earlier in the day. The 44-year-old had a lengthy career with the Patriots and was crucial to their storied success.

After Patriots owner Robert Kraft paid an emotional tribute to the legendary quarterback, Brady took to Twitter to thank his former franchise and the fans. “Thank You Patriots Nation (heart emoji). I’m beyond grateful. Love you all,” he wrote.

Kraft said he had tremendous respect for Brady and that the legendary player will always be a part of his extended family. The two are on very good terms and there’s no denying that.


Brady announced his retirement from the game on Instagram. He elaborated on his decision to leave the sport. It is worth mentioning that Brady made no mention of the Patriots in his retirement message.

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