Year in and year out for the last five seasons or so, there’s been a fascination with when Tom Brady will retire from football.
Brady has always said he wants to play until he’s 45. And, despite a rough season for him statistically, that time has not changed at all.
On @westwood1sports, Tom Brady was asked if he plans on playing next season pic.twitter.com/54FxGh9qbH
— Ryan Hannable (@RyanHannable) December 24, 2019
Despite giving almost the same exact answer to this question each season, experts and reporters around the league won’t stop asking when Brady is going to hang it up.
Now, of course, Brady hasn’t helped quiet the talk around the end of his career. The quarterback has a contract that voids at the end of the season, put his house up for sale and has looked visibly frustrated the entire year.
But, regardless of the optics, it’s pretty clear that Brady plans to live up to his goal of playing until he’s 45. And as long as he keeps stacking up AFC East titles and Super Bowl trophies, why would he want to stop?