Tom Brady takes to Twitter to announce he is retiring

It's over. We think. Just moments ago, Tom Brady took to Twitter to announce that he has decided to retire from the NFL. In the video, he thanked all of his former teammates and coaches, along with all of his fans that supported him throughout the years. Ironically, or not, today just so happens to be February 1, 2023. Brady announced his first retirement on February 1, 2022. This time, Brady said he is retiring, “for good.”

Tom Brady by the Numbers

Assuming that this really is the end for Brady, it sure was one heck of a career. In all, he played in 23 total seasons in the NFL (20 with the Patriots and 3 with the Buccaneers). During that time, Brady put up some insane numbers.

  • 7 Super Bowl Victories
  • 89,214 passing yards
  • 649 touchdowns
  • 212 interceptions
  • Overall regular season record of 251-82
  • 35-13 record in the Playoffs

Why it Matters

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Brady was expected to hit free agency, and when he did, he would have been one of the Top 3 options available. There was speculation that he was considering the Las Vegas Raiders as an option, but that is obviously not the case. Now, the Raiders will be looking for a solution at the QB position, as will the Buccaneers. Folks, for the first time this century, the NFL is going to be without Tom Brady.

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