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Tom Brady Makes Update On Retirement Plans Ahead of Key Regular Season Match-Ups


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Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Tom Brady knows better than most when it comes to making retirement plans that stick. The 45-year-old decided to call time on his glittering NFL career at the end of last season, only to reverse his decision a few weeks later, and now the seven-time Super Bowl winner is clearer with his intentions as to his long-term future in the game.

Back-to-back wins over the Arizona Cardinals, and the Carolina Panthers have left the Bucs at 8-8 for the regular season, and that was enough to secure the divisional title in a disappointing NFC South and sports betting fans looking to back Brady to make it eight Super Bowl rings should check out services like this website, that provide you with key information on the best sportsbooks to join, in order to both maximize your potential payouts as well as making the use of the top providers in the industry when it comes to promotions and levels of service.

This is Brady’s 23rd season in the NFL, and it’s, by some distance, the worst he’s faced in terms of wins and losses, but on an individual basis, the veteran is still capable of mixing it with the best of them. He’s thrown for over 4500 yards, and Tampa Bay head coach Todd Bowles will hope that the experienced campaigner can push the Buccaneers on through the playoffs in what may well be his last season in the game, or perhaps not?

Brady seems clearer in terms of his passion for the sport and has commented on his short-term future in a recent interview, stating;

“These past two months, I have realized my place is still on the field and not in the stands,”

“That time will come. But it’s not now.”

“I think next time I decide to retire, that’s it for me,” he said. “So whenever that day comes, we’ll figure it out.”

As for when that day may be coming, when asked if that was a day any time soon, the former New England Patriots man added;

“I really don’t. I think what I really realized last year was you’ve got to be really sure to do that. And for me, you know, a lot of people have kind of gone through this situation.”

“I’m going to take my time whenever that time does come,”

One imagines that if Brady were to steer Tampa Bay to a Super Bowl triumph, then he may feel that would be the ideal time to call it quits, as ending your career on a high is clearly far more pleasing than when you are on a low.

Brady has experienced some real ups and downs in recent months, both on and off the field of play. His marriage to Gisele Bundchen has come to an end, and many believe that could be down to the fact that Brady decided to return to the game after his brief retirement.

On top of this, Brady has had to endure a season of relative failure compared to his usual high standards. All of this will have impacted the decorated quarterback, who is rightly considered one of the best to have ever played the game.

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