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Tom Brady Announce His Retirement From The NFL

Tom Brady will be remembered as one of the greats!

Tom Brady, the legendary NFL quarterback, announced his retirement on Tuesday after 22 seasons of record-breaking performances.

On his social media platforms, the 44-year-old shared a picture as well as a message explaining his decision to retire from football. Brady said in his letter that he felt he could no longer make the commitment necessary to be a successful NFL player.

Brady retires from the sport after seven Super Bowl victories and a slew of throwing records in the NFL, among other achievements. It is possible that opposition supporters were enraged by the quarterback’s unrivaled success because they had too many opportunities to see him dispatch their beloved club or because he was linked to the charges of cheating that had hounded the New England Patriots throughout his lengthy stay with the organization.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady announced his retirement on social media with a snapshot of himself playing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, with whom he finished his career after 20 seasons with the team he started within New England. He praised the Buccaneers organization, head coach Bruce Arians, and the team’s supporters, but he didn’t thank the Patriots or their head coach, Bill Belichick, for their support. Brady and his New England Patriots coach shared six Super Bowl victories.

Brady has competed in the Super Bowl ten times, winning seven of them with two different teams. He was voted Associated Press NFL MVP three times and earned five Super Bowl MVP titles throughout his career. He also played in 15 Pro Bowls.

He was also known for driving his teams to triumphs in the last stages of games, earning him the title of GOAT (greatest of all time) among many others.

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