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 Eli Manning isn’t sure about Tom Brady’s future after retirement.
Brady’s time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is always a huge topic of discussion as the quarterback would play at a remarkable rate despite being 44 years old right now.
Back in September last year, 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.
After a lot of back and forth and ruminating, Tom Brady finally came to a decision of announcing his retirement from professional football. While speaking to TMZ, New York Giants legend Eli Manning stated that he doesn’t think Tom Brady will get into broadcasting after retirement.
“He’s not going into broadcasting. He’s too good.”
Tom Brady is also interested in buying a sports team now that he is retired as well. We will have to wait and see what Tom Brady will do now that he has a well-deserved retirement.