Sunday 30 January 2022

BREAKING REPORT: Iconic NFL Quarterback Tom Brady Will Retire After 22 Seasons


Brady leaves the NFL after 22 seasons in which he established himself as the game’s most successful and prolific quarterback of all time.

He won seven Super Bowl rings with the New England Patriots (6) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1).

Brady retires as the NFL’s record holder for passing yardage and touchdowns. His all-time yards record sits at 84,520 and his all-time TD record is at 624. 

Brady was coy about retiring or returning after the Bucs lost to the Los Angeles Rams in a divisional playoff game last Sunday. He said he’d take time to meet with his family and make a decision on his future.

Ultimately, it was his family that led Brady to leave the game at age 44. The father and husband wanted to spend more time with those he loves, a source said.

The Bleacher Report tweeted:

Tom Brady’s resume is unmatched:

7x Super Bowl Champion

5x Super Bowl MVP


15x Pro Bowl

5x NFL Passing Touchdowns Leader

4x NFL Passing Yards Leader

2x NFL Offensive Player of the Year

3x First-Team All-Pro

What a run

Tom Brady, who is arguably the best quarterback of all time, was widely criticized for golfing with pal, Donald Trump. Maybe now that he will no longer be beholden to the woke NFL, he can be more open about his political views.

While we know Brady’s retirement has nothing to do with President Trump, we intentionally chose the image of Tom Brady with Trump to make our readers smile—and maybe (just maybe) to trigger the left.

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