Tom Brady (46), considered the best quarterback of all time in the NFL, announced his retirement from active play again after a year. This time, he nailed it as ‘permanent retirement’.
Brady uploaded a 53-second video on his social media on the 1st (local time) and said, “I’ll just get to the point. I’ll retire forever.”
He continued, “I am grateful to each and every person who supported me. My family, friends, co-workers, and the opponents I competed with would be endless if I listed them. Thank you all for letting me live in a perfect dream.”
Previously, Brady announced his retirement in February of last year, but overturned it after 40 days and returned to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, continuing his active life. However, he decided to retire again after a year, and this time he nailed that he would retire without reversal.
Drafted by the New England Patriots with the 199th overall pick in the 6th round of the 2000 NFL Draft, Brady played as the best quarterback.
He finished with 219 wins in the regular season and 32 in the postseason, passing for 89,214 yards and 649 touchdowns.
He has also won seven Super Bowl titles and has been named Super Bowl MVP five times. He has also been called an ‘NFL legend’, winning three regular season MVP awards. 스포츠토토