Surprise, Surprise… Tom Brady Says He “Wouldn’t Be Opposed” To Coming Out Of Retirement

Tom Brady

So much for closing the book on Tom Brady’s NFL playing career.

This man simply can’t decide if he wants to be done with football or not. The NFL’s GOAT has already retired, un-retired, and then retired again, so ol’ Tommy Touchdown isn’t a stranger to flip-flopping on his career.

Brady is supposed to be prepping for the next step of his “football career,” and that’s a lucrative position in FOX’s broadcast booth. Tom is set to be paid $375 million over a 10-year period to call NFL games, and he recently made the announcement that he’ll call next year’s Super Bowl.

Which based on this new podcast interview, maybe Brady meant he would be calling plays in the 2025 Super Bowl? As in playing quarterback for one of the team’s that makes it to the “Big Game” next season?

Tom was a guest on the DeepCut Podcast, and while he was on the show, he talked about how he’s “still got it.” Brady insists that he can still throw and he’s still in shape enough to play football, and I guess we have to believe him. Hell, he “allegedly” ran a faster 40-yard-dash time this year at the age of 46 than he did back in the year 2000.

A hair stylist by the name of “VicBlends” cut Tom Brady’s hair while he was interviewing him (interesting idea for a podcast, that’s for sure), and one of the questions he posed was whether or not Tom would pick up the phone if an NFL team tried to call him out of retirement.

The 7-time Super Bowl winner responded with this:

“Patriots, could be Raiders, could be… you never know. I’m not opposed to it. I don’t know if they are going to let me if I become an owner of an NFL team.

I don’t know. I’m always going to be in good shape, always be able to throw the ball. So, to come in for a little bit like MJ coming back… I don’t know if they’d let me, but I wouldn’t be opposed to it.”

Tom Brady just can’t shut the door on the NFL, can he?

This is probably the 1,357th time that he’s either teased coming back to play quarterback or confirmed that he’s retired for good. You can’t trust a man who said he was retired and then un-retired, so I guess only time will tell if Brady ever returns to the gridiron.

You can view the full DeepCut podcast episode with Brady below:

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A beer bottle on a dock