Tom Brady, one of the greatest to ever grace the NFL, will reportedly retire after 22 seasons.

Brady is the only NFL player to win more than five Super Bowls, and has seven Super Bowls to his name.

Brady started his NFL career with the New England Patriots, a team with which he stayed for 20 seasons. During his second season with the Patriots, Brady became the starting quarterback for the team, and led the Patriots to their first Super Bowl title in 2001.

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The 44-year-old soon went on to become the regular starting quarterback for the Patriots for 18 seasons, helping the Greater Boston area side to a total of six Super Bowl titles.

Brady also led the Patriots to 17 division titles (including 11 consecutive title wins from 2009 to 2019), 13 AFC Championship Games (eight consecutive, from 2011 to 2018), and nine Super Bowl appearances (of which they won six), all records of their own in the NFL.

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After 20 seasons with the Patriots, Brady joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020, leading them to a Super Bowl title in his very first season.

Brady’s first season with the Buccaneers saw him extend his individual Super Bowl record to 10 appearances and seven wins.

Brady also has several individual records to his name: he has the most number of career passing attempts (11,317), the most career passes completed (7,263), the most career passing yards (84,520), the most number of wins for a player in a regular NFL season (243), the most career passing touchdowns with one team (541), and innumerable other records that most players only dream of.