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Tom Brady has retired...again!

By Alex Al-Kazzaz

Tom Brady, a seven-time Super Bowl champion and three-time NFL MVP has decided to hang up the cleats again. The 45-year-old veteran quarterback leaves behind a legacy that no other quarterback will ever be able to leave. In other words, based on everything Brady has accomplished and the impact he's made on the sport and sports overall, they'll never again be another Tom Brady.

Brady did announce his initial retirement last year, but quickly changed his mind. That decision ultimately caused problems in his personal life. In addition, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers struggled although they managed to win their division. They were knocked out of the playoffs after a 31-14 home loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the wildcard round. That particular moment saw Brady lose to Dallas for the very first time.

There's a little bit of a surprise to Brady's decision. Because many wondered whether Brady would really retire with his last game being a loss to a team that he previously NEVER lost to? In that particular case, many thought that the goat would not end his lengthy and illustrious career on such terms. There was some speculation that Brady would spend the 2023 season with the Las Vegas Raiders, but maybe at this point, it's clear that it's not happening. Unless....well, you know!

At this point, as far as Brady's future goes, he's likely headed to the booth since there's been so much talk about how he has a $375 million contract with Fox Sports. For a longtime, the entire sporting world knew that once Brady was finished as a player that his future would either be in the broadcast booth or on the sidelines in a coaching position. There are opportunities out there for the goat, no doubt about it.

Going back to Brady's legacy, not only does he retire as a legend of the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and football. Brady sails off into the sunset as one of the greatest and most influential figures in NOT ONLY sports overall, but HISTORY.


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