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Tom Brady retiring from NFL

Tom Brady announced on Saturday afternoon that he is retiring from the NFL.

The 44-year old Brady has played 22 seasons in the NFL with 20 of them with the New England Patriots. While with the Patriots Brady won six Super Bowls under head coach Bill Belichick. In 2020 Brady joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers where he led them to their second Super Bowl title and his seventh Super Bowl win.

Brady leaves the NFL as the leading in passing years (84,520) and touchdowns (624). He is also the only player to win five Super Bowls and be named MVP five times.

Brady stated that the reason for his retirement is to spend more time with his wife and children.

In his final season with the Buccaneers, Brady had 5,316 yards passing, 43 touchdowns, and completed 485 of his 719 total passes. The Buccaneers lost in the divisional round to the Los Angeles Rams.

Brady is considered one of the greatest quarterbacks to play the game. Besides his Super Bowl wins and being named MVP, he was selected to the Pro Bowl 15 times. Brady also proved that while getting older he continued to get better. While in his 20’s Brady threw for 147 touchdowns. While in his 40’s he threw for 168 touchdowns.


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