Will Tom Brady Retire This Year? Now We Know
Will Tom Brady retire this year? Now we know.
Brady, 42, is arguably the greatest player in NFL history and has nothing left to prove.
The New England Patriots star has played in nine Super Bowls over the course of his career and won six of them – the most of any player in league history.
If he had retired two years ago, one year ago or this year, nobody would hold it against him.
Still, despite that built-in excuse, season after season, he just keeps coming back.
Naturally that has left many wondering if his 2019-20 campaign will be the one that he finally calls it quits after.
This week, Brady’s trainer Alex Guerrero appeared on The Greg Hill Show and spoke about whether this will finally be the year his No. 1 client decides to hang up his cleats.
Spoiler alert: no.
According to Guerrero, Brady has his sights on playing well into age 45 and beyond.
Alex Guerrero on @TheGregHillShow: “Every year, (Tom Brady) just adds another year. He goes in and he’s like, ‘Guys, I feel so good still. I think I am going to go till 45.’ I am like, ‘OK.’ Now he’s like, ‘Alex, I think I can go like 46 or 47.’”
— Ryan Hannable (@RyanHannable) November 14, 2019
“Every year, (Tom Brady) just adds another year,” Guerrero said.
“He goes in and he’s like, ‘Guys, I feel so good still. I think I am going to go till 45.’ I am like, ‘OK.’ Now he’s like, ‘Alex, I think I can go like 46 or 47.’”
Going into every offseason there always appears to be a little bit of a “will he, won’t he” game surrounding Brady’s fate, so it is nice to get a definitive answer so early in the game this year.
Brady isn’t going anywhere.
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