Tom Brady Announces Retirement Officially: Everything You Want to Know

Tom Brady has made his retirement announcement official from the NFL. Tuesday through an Instagram post he said that he’s “not getting to make that competitive commitment anymore.”

What Did Tom Brady Say on Insta’s Post ??

I strongly believe the game of football is an ‘all-in’ proposition — if a 100% competitive commitment isn’t there, you will not succeed, and success is what I really like such a lot about our game,” Brady said in his statement on Instagram.

There may be a physical, mental, and emotional challenge on a single day that allowed me to increase my highest potential and that I have tried my absolute best these past 22 years. There are no shortcuts to success in the sector or in life.

“This is difficult on behalf of me to write down, but here it goes: I’m not getting to make that competitive commitment anymore. I even have loved my NFL career, and now it’s time to focus my time and energy on other things that need my attention.

I am so glad about what we’ve achieved. My teammates, coaches, fellow competitors, and fans deserve 100% of me, but immediately, it is best I leave the sector of play to the subsequent generations of dedicated and committed athletes.”

However, it’s my privilege to play with all the good players and coaches and also against in competition.

“Brady, who led the Bucs to an excellent Bowl title last season and NFC South championship this season.

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To my Bucs teammates the last two years, I really like you guys, and I love to battle with you, “You made it so deep to challenge yourself, and it inspired me to awaken a day and provide you my best. I’m always here for you guys and need to ascertain you still push yourselves to be your best. I could not be happier with what we accomplished together.”

Brady extended his gratitude to…

In his announcement, Brady extended his gratitude for everyone with the Bucs, to business partners, to agents, and to family. While he reflected on his career, he didn’t specifically mention his time with the Patriots or anybody within the organization in his statement, though he did later thank the team and its fans in response to a press release issued by Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

“Words cannot describe the emotions I even have for Tom Brady, nor adequately express the gratitude my family, the New England Patriots and our fans have for Tom for all he did during his career.

Bradys Legacy :

  • Super Bowl Rings.
  • 5 Super Bowl MVPs.
  • 3 League MVP Awards.
  • 22 Incredible Seasons.

He accumulated career records like most touchdown passes (624) and most passing yards (84,250) in his 22 seasons, of which 20 were with the New England Patriots.

“My playing was very excited, and much beyond my imagination, and packed with ups and downs,” Brady said in his statement. “When you’re in it a day, you actually don’t believe any quite ending.

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