Legendary NFL Quarterback Tom Brady announced On Wednesday, he announced he was retiring from the league “permanently.”
Brady, the 199th pick in the 2000 draft, spent 23 seasons in the NFL and won seven Super Bowls before resigning in a video posted on social media. I will be retiring in 2018,” he said, acknowledging his short term retirement last year.
“The process last time was a pretty big deal, so when I woke up this morning I thought I’d just hit record and let everyone know first,” Brady said. You only get one emotional retirement essay, and I ran out last year.”
“Thank you for letting me live my absolute dream,” he added.
Brady, who played for both the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, best nfl quarterback to play. He will finish with 89,214 passing yards, 649 passing touchdowns, and three league MVPs, according to . CBS Boston.
Brady will retire as the NFL’s all-time leader in Super Bowl wins, passing touchdowns, passing yards and completions. His 286 wins (regular season and postseason combined) are the most in history.
If Brady retires, The Pro Football Hall of Fame said He is eligible to participate in 2028.
Brady signed a contract After he retires, he joins Fox Sports as the lead NFL analyst. Fox has play-by-play announcer Kevin Burkhart and former NFL tight end Greg Olsen scheduled to call Super Bowl LVII on Feb. 12.
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