Tom Brady broke his silence on Monday night after reports of his retirement this weekend seemed premature. The future Hall of Fame quarterback has finally spoken, after his season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ended in a playoff loss. Brady has not announced his retirement or return to football for 2022, but he got a lot of reactions to various reports regarding his future in football when he spoke on his Let’s Go With Jim Gray podcast on Mad Dog Sports Radio.
If Brady does indeed retire, he will do so after his 22nd NFL season ends Jan. 23 in a 30-27 NFC Divisional Round loss to the Los Angeles Rams. Brady won seven Super Bowl championships in 10 appearances with the New England Patriots (six) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (one). He got his last in 2020, the first as a Buccaneer.
At 44 in the 2021 season, Brady has gone 13-4 in 17 regular season games, completing 485 of 719 passes (67.5%) for 5,316 yards and 43 touchdowns for 12 interceptions. All numbers except completion rate and pass scores reached a career high in a single season. His first season with the Bucs in 2020 saw him compete at a high level. Brady started all 16 regular season games, going 11-5 while completing 401 of 610 passes (65.7%) for 4,633 yards and 40 touchdowns for 12 interceptions.
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Here’s everything Brady said about Let’s Go on Monday night.