Tom Brady is Retiring

Brady, who boasts a career spanning 23 seasons and seven Super Bowl wins, announced his retirement in a post on his social media. start

Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. (born August 3, 1977) is a former American football quarterback who played for 23 years in the National Football League (NFL). Widely regarded as the greatest quarterback of all time[1], he spent his first 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, and from 2001 until 2019 he was pivotal to the franchise’s dynasty. made a significant contribution.

Tom Brady wears a Tampa Bay privateer uniform and helmet, with a large white glove on his left hand. He holds his soccer ball in his right hand and is looking down, pulling his arm back to fit. 45-year-old tom brady retired after his worst performance in the N.F.L. A season in which he threw for 4,694 passing yards, the third-most in the league while completing 66.8% of his passes.

Brady holds the record for nearly every major quarterback in his career, including his yardage, completions, touchdowns, passes, and games started. He was his NFL leader in career quarterback wins, regular-season quarterback wins, quarterback playoff wins, Super Bowl Most Valuable Player (MVP) award and the only player in two different franchises to win the award. Super Bowl MVP.

Brady’s other accolades include his NFL MVP for most Pro Bowl selections and being the first unanimous pick. As the only quarterback to win a Super Bowl in three different decades, Brady is also known for his longevity success. He is the oldest NFL MVP at 40, the oldest Super Bowl MVP at 43, and the oldest quarterback to be elected to the Pro Bowl at 44. Brady is the only nfl quarterback ever to be named to two teams (the 2000s and He’s 2010s), and he was unanimously named the 2019 Centenary All-Timer. named to his team.

Tom Brady Says He’s Retiring

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