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Patriots Owner Robert Kraft: Tom Brady Willing To Play ‘Six, Seven More Years’

Superstar quarterback Tom Brady of the New England Patriots is an ageless wonder. The longtime leader under center for the Patriots continues to play at a high level while holding off Father Time as he’s coming off his record fifth Super Bowl title.

There have been a lot of questions about Brady’s longevity about just how long he’ll be able to play in the NFL. Brady seems confident he’ll be able to play well into his 40s and expressed that sentiment to team owner Robert Kraft recently, via NFL.com:

“As recently as two, three days ago, he assured me he’s willing to play six, seven more years,” Patriots owner Robert Kraft said Monday at the Annual League Meeting. “At the level he performed, there is no one who would be happier than I am and our fan base. When you think about it, there’s one player at the age of 40 who had one good year: Favre (when he was with) the Vikings.”

On Aug. 3, Brady will turn 40. Although he’s four decades into life and playing an incredibly tough position in one of the most physical professional sports in this country, the perennial Pro Bowler doesn’t seem to want to slow down anytime soon and it isn’t all that surprising with the Patriots always seeming to find a way to win with Bill Belichick and Brady leading the way.

New England is without a doubt the best franchise in the NFL in terms of dealing with dealing with losing and adding players but maintaining winning tradition. The Patriots never miss a beat, and as long as Brady can stay healthy, New England will be expected to continue to fire on all cylinders while having arguably the greatest quarterback in NFL history under center.

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