Tom Brady has just completed his 19th season in the NFL. He led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to their first Super Bowl title since 2002, won his seventh Super Bowl and once again cemented himself as the greatest quarterback in league history.
Brady, who will be 44 at the start of the 2021 season, recently made an appearance on a podcast and spoke about what life will be like when he finally decides to retire from football.
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“I have a lot to give,” Brady said on Hodinkee Radio, which is a wristwatch store he’s invested in. I’m a little scared that this will end, I’m open to the belief that there will be a lot of opportunities for me to do things that I haven’t had the chance to do and that I really think that i can help a lot of people. “
The last time Brady discussed the topic of retirement was in 2017. He spoke to ESPN and told the network he wanted to play until his “mid-forties.” At the time, Brady said he wouldn’t rule out playing until he was 50.
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Last season, Brady amassed 4,633 passing yards with 40 touchdowns to lead the Buccaneers to a regular-season 11-5 record. Tampa Bay dominated the Kansas City Chiefs in a 31-9 victory en route to a Super Bowl title.
Brady continues to play at a high level and it doesn’t look like he’s slowing down anytime soon.
“I was not born a prodigy, like a two year old to whom the world made greatness,” added Brady. “I had a process that I went through. I’ve had a lot of normal times in my life to create some kind of base against… I have a lot of things that are relatable to a lot of people, just based on my experience in my life. So I have the impression that I am quite rooted in this direction. “
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Brady continued, “I think I’m just hanging on to those last few moments where I always feel like I have the competitive desire to train hard and put my team in a position to be successful. I took on a big challenge going to Tampa, I don’t think the final story has been written yet. ”