Tom Brady was throwing touchdown passes in the NFL when I was starting to take my first steps.
In fact, the majority of the rookies in the NFL this season were newborns…
And at the steep age (for NFL standards) of 44, he’s still throwing for 350 yards against the best of the best.
We all assumed it was just a matter of time before he retired. Most people assumed that he would call it quits after winning the Super Bowl with Tampa Bay last season, and when he said he was coming back, we were sure this season would be his last…
It turns out, we were all wrong.
No, he doesn’t have just one more season in him. Actually, he has more than two seasons. In fact, he has more than three…
The future Hall of Fame quarterback stated in the “Tommy & Gronky” show, said he plans on playing until he’s 50 if his body allows it.
When asked if he could play to 50, Brady’s exact words:
“I don’t find it so difficult. And plus, Florida is sorta a retire-y state, so I feel like I can play and then just guide into retirement. I think I can. It’s a yes.”
I’ve always said 45 was the age that I wanted to reach and that was my goal. This year I’ll be 44, so next year I’ll be 45. I got a two year contract.
Could you imagine? The year is 2027, Tom Brady beats the Kansas City Chiefs for his 10th Super Bowl.