Tom Brady’s business account on Friday announced that the seven-time Super Bowl winner is set to retire after 22 NFL seasons. The league too, in a series of tweets, paid tribute to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quaterback’s record-laden career.
However, Brady himself is yet to confirm his retirement.
The 44-year-old is considered as the greatest quarterback to play American Football. He won six Super Bowls with the New England Patriots in 20 seasons playing for coach Bill Belichick. Brady led Tampa to a Super Bowl in 2020-21 and a NFC division championship finish this year.
Brady would leave the sport as the career leader in yards passing (84,520) and TDs (624). But will there be more?