Tom Brady’s TB12 Sports Hints Bucs QB May Not Retire

TB12 Sports’ latest tweet could hint that Tom Brady will return for the 2022 season.

Going into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Split Group Stage game against the Los Angeles Rams, an ESPN report has been released, indicating that quarterback Tom Brady will take time out of the season to determine if he will play in 2022. Now, Brady’s future will be heavily discussed after the Bucs lost 30-27 to the Los Angeles Rams.

After the loss, Brady’s TB12 Sports official Twitter account sent out a tweet. In its lengthy message, TB12 Sports suggests “greater things are to come”.

TB12 Sports tweet hints at Tom Brady’s return in 2022?

Sugarcane seller fans will no doubt be looking for any possible hints to determine if the seven-time Super Bowl champion will return in 2022. The best they can do is let Brady make the announcement himself instead of speculate.

Brady was asked about his competitive future after the loss, and he replied that he didn’t think much of it and that he would take it day by day. You can hear Brady’s full comments in the NFL Network tweet below:

With the 2021 season, Brady has one more year left on his contract. Brady is about to start a campaign where he puts himself in the NFL MVP conversation, as evidenced by his 5,316 passes and 43 touchdowns.

Brady will take his time before making a decision to return for next season. Until then, just wait for the official announcement from the midfielder himself.

https://fansided.com/2022/01/23/tom-brady-hint-retirement-question-buccaneers/ Tom Brady’s TB12 Sports Hints Bucs QB May Not Retire

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