Tom Brady doesn’t seem to age. Brady’s playing in his 10th Super Bowl at 43 years old. Is there any chance Brady calls it quits if the Bucs win this game?
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 7, 2021
Tom Brady’s Retirement Plans
Tom Brady has given no indication that he wants to retire just yet. Firstly, his contract with the Buccaneers is good for one more season so he’ll definitely be back next year.
Additionally, Brady has hinted at playing past that season too. Here’s what Brady had to say about playing past the ripe-young age of 45:
Tom Brady was asked if he would play past 45 years old 👀 pic.twitter.com/InWAzQ8932
— ESPN (@espn) February 1, 2021
Moreover, Brady is still playing at a very high level. While many thought that Brady was washed up and done after his last season, Brady has clearly proven doubters wrong this year.
He turned in his best passing year in over 4 years, and he only seemed to get better as the season went along. For NFL teams that’s a scary thought.
Additionally, Brady has already been dominating the game for 21 seasons, how many more can he take? The answer, for now, seems like a million.