Tom Brady’s father, agent refuses to report that quarterback has decided to retire – CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) – Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington of ESPN Drop a big news bomb on Saturday with the report saying that Tom Brady will officially retire from football at the age of 44. The world of football, as you might expect, has reacted in a huge way.

But it’s likely that the report is premature.

Since the story broke, several people – including Brady’s father and his agent – have denied the report, and several reporters have done some research to discover that Brady has may not make a final decision.

On the San Francisco-based broadcaster KRON, Tom Brady Sr. said that his son Not retirement.

Brady’s father also sent a text message to ESPN, saying, “Tommy has no such determination” about retiring. He went on to tell NFL Network that any reports of the decision to retire are “totally false.”

Brady’s agent, Don Yee, did not completely deny this information when speaking to reporters. However, he did say that “Tom will be the only one to present his plans with complete accuracy,” and that an announcement of retirement or resuming would be “soon.”

Tom E. Curran of NBC Sports Boston, who has been with Camp Brady for a long time, said that Brady is out of the country and will stay there next week.

Elsewhere, three separate reporters pointed out that Brady phoned the Buccaneers this weekend and said he had yet to make a decision about his future. Athletic’s Jeff Howe further detailed that Brady told the team “he’s not even close to making a decision.”

The TB12 company also deleted a tweet thanking Brady for all the memories.

What this means, exactly, is difficult to say.

Maybe the rebuttals and denials are entirely accurate and Brady really hasn’t decided what he’s going to do yet.

It’s also possible that Brady – a careful curator of his own messaging, producer who runs his own documentary series, a social media influencer with nearly 18 million followers on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter – has his own plans and desires for how and when he wants to tell the football world that he is moving away from the game that he dominated for two decades.

Whatever it may be, it’s clear that Brady’s camp is working hard to lessen the impact of ESPN’s initial report that the decision to retire has been made. Tom Brady’s father, agent refuses to report that quarterback has decided to retire – CBS Boston

Dustin Huang

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