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Tom Brady Retirement Announcement Expected Soon

Tom Brady, the greatest quarterback to play in the NFL, is expected to announce his retirement this week after 22 seasons.

There have been conflicting reports about the decision of Tom Brady over the last few days. His management company, as well as the NFL, appeared to jump the gun.

The management company announced his retirement online before quickly deleting the tweet. According to his agent Don Yee, it’s an issue of timing for Tom Brady.

“I understand the advance speculation about Tom’s future,” said Yee. “Without getting into the accuracy or inaccuracy of what’s being reported, Tom will be the only person to express his plans with complete accuracy. He knows the realities of the football business and planning calendar as well as anybody, so that should be soon.”


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NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport also believes Brady is done.

“My understanding, confirming the initial report, is that Tom Brady does plan to retire,” Rapoport said.

“I’ve spoken to several people close to him who believe he has played his last down of football.

This sounds to me, taking all things together, to be an issue of timing more than anything – Brady is very in charge and in control of his brands, he generally has fantastically well-produced announcements.

“This is not all buttoned up yet but my understanding is the plan is, in fact, for Tom Brady to retire.”

Brady won seven Super Bowls and was a three-time NFL MVP, five-time Super Bowl MVP and 15-time Pro Bowler.

In a way, crashing out of the Divisional Round to the Rams was the perfect final game for Brady. In spite of his relentless achievement, he was never going to go out on a high.


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If he had won the Super Bowl this year, he would have sensed the chance to do what nobody has ever done before and tried to go three straight next season.

Instead, he led a futile 27-3 comeback against the Rams to ultimately lose in a way that wasn’t his fault. Fighting until the very end. It’s clear he doesn’t think he can win anymore, and the NFL world waits for his announcement. 

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