Report: Tom Brady to retire after 2022 NFL season

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Now yes, the goodbye of Tom Brady seems to be close. According to sources consulted by the NFL Network reporter, Ian Rapoport, the veteran quarterback plans to retire once the 2022 campaign is over, his third with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Shortly after the Buccaneers’ elimination at the hands of the Rams, Brady announced his retirement briefly, however, just a few days later he decided to return to the gridirons to seek his eighth Super Bowl championship ringwhere the Buccaneers start as one of the favorites.

The 45-year-old veteran he was absent for a few days of the workouts and missed a few preseason games before returning to prepare for the ‘Sunday Night Football’ game against the Dallas Cowboys in what will be the season opener for Tampa Bay.

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Legacy and assured future

Brady’s contract will expire after this season. But Brady already has his future secured once he decides to officially retire. Brady will join the Fox Sports network as its main analyst of the NFL in a historic 10-year, $375 million deal.

Brady is close to becoming the first player to reach 100,000 yards. in his carrer. Until now, he has 97,565 yards counting the regular season and the postseason, so he only has 2,431 yards left to reach that figure, which could fall this season.

Brady is also the quarterback who has won the most Super Bowl rings.. He first had six with the New England Patriots in that dynasty under Bill Belichick, but he added one more with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers under Bruce Arians.