NFL’s GOAT Tom Brady retires again, this time ‘for good’

NFL legend Tom Brady announces he is retiring – the winningest player ever, he has won seven Super Bowls.

Tom Brady, the American football quarterback considered by many as the greatest of all time has announced he is “retiring for good” capping off a 23-year professional career.

Brady made the announcement in a video on Twitter Wednesday, saying “Thanks to everyone for letting me to live my absolute dream.”

Brady has had a storied career in the US National Football League (NFL), winning 7 Super Bowl championship games, more than any other player and holding a host of other records.

He had announced he was retiring last year, only to return for another more season.

“I really thank you guys so much to every single one of you for supporting me, my family, my friends, my teammates, my competitors,” he said in Wednesday’s video.

Brady played 20 seasons for the New England Patriots before moving to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020, leading them to a Super Bowl win that year, his seventh. He was named most valuable player in five of those games.

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