NFL: Tom Brady Announces Final Retirement After 23 Seasons | Video

NFL: Tom Brady Announces Final Retirement After 23 Seasons |  Video

The end of a dominant NFL era has come to an end. On Wednesday, February 1, the most successful defender announced his resignation. Tom Brady says goodbye to the kitchen bars with an emotional thank you video on his social networks. Born in San Mateo, California, he played 23 seasons for the New England Patriots (20) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3).

BREAKING: Tom Brady announces he is officially retiring.

—NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2023

Throughout his career, Brady has won seven championship rings in the Super Bow. He is an important part of his teams. Won six games for the Patriots and one with the Buccaneers in his first year with his new franchise.

I’ll get straight to the point. I’m retiring. Forever. It was a big topic last time, so this time I decided to just include it and let you know first. You only get one super emotional farewell speech, and I used mine last year. Thank you to each of you who support me. My family, my friends, my teammates, my competitors. I could go on endlessly, there are many. Thank you for letting me live my absolute dream, I wouldn’t change a thing. I love you all.

Very grateful that day. Thank you 🙏🏻❤️

— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) February 1, 2023

Exactly one year ago on February 1, 2022, Brady announced his retirement weeks after returning to the Tampa roster for one more season, which turned out to be his last and final after being eliminated in the postseason wildcard round.

Tom Brady has announced his retirement.

biggest ever.

— Bar Stool Sportsbook (@BSSportsbook) February 1, 2023

Throughout his career, Brady has become the best player in history. He has won seven Super Bowls, more than any other team in history, three league MVP awards, and all-time yards and touchdown records in the regular season and postseason.

Also on five of the seven trips to Super Sunday, Brady was recognized as Most Valuable Player, adding another all-time record and surpassing three MVPs by fellow San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana.

Tom Brady’s 23 season career:

– 7x Super Bowl champion
– 5x Super Bowl MVPs
– 3x League MVPs
– 89,214 passing yards in regular season (1st all-time)
– 649 touchdowns in the regular season (1st all-time)
– 13,400 playoff passing yards (1st all time)
– 88 playoff TDs (1st all time)

—NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2023

Now Brady will wait patiently to be inducted into the Canton, Ohio Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2028 and cement his legacy as one of the world’s leading sports figures.

This morning’s retirement announcement should really be the end of it all @TomBradyillustrious career, 2028 is a year worth mentioning.

— Pro Football Hall of Fame (@ProFootballHOF) February 1, 2023

(With information from Aristegui News)

Source: La Neta Neta