Just two months after retiring, Tom Brady decided to return to the team for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Did Brady just pull a Brett Favre?
Sure, all the jokes and rumors are there, but by no means is this a classic straight out of a retirement story. For the most part, we’ve all taken Brady’s words, assuming he could flirt with a comeback if a competitive team came calling, but he’s not.
However, we are here. After just two months with his family, Brady has decided his time on the football field isn’t over yet. He released an official statement back on Twitter.
“In the past two months, I have realized that my position is still on the field, not in the stands. That time will come. But not now. I love my teammates, and I love my family who always support me. They make it all possible. I will be back for my 23rd season in Tampa. LFG unfinished business,” Brady tweeted.
Tom Brady doesn’t post on Twitter
Brady’s statement looks at a key point – he will return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this season and honor his contract, which still has one year left.
It’s hard to blame that man, as he finished in the top 3 in last season’s NFL MVP poll at age 44. Despite the playoff defeat to eventual Super Bowl champions the Los Angeles Rams, it is relatively surprising that he chose to give up.
Even at 44 years old, Brady still looks nimble, as if he’s only a few years away. The man who once declared he wanted to play until he was 50 can do it.
All it takes is two months without football. Brady couldn’t live without it.
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