Sensation in the NFL: Superstar Tom Brady has declared his resignation from the resignation. “I’ll be back to play my 23rd season in Tampa,” wrote the seven-time Super Bowl Champion in the night of Monday on his Twitter account.
Brady, 44, had announced only on February 1, his withdrawal after an unprecedented career, which had started starting in 2000.
Previously, he had narrowly failed with his Tampa Buchcaneers as defending champion at the later Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams in the Playoffs.
Tom Brady Via Twitter: “It’s not time yet”
“In the last two months, I realized that my place is still in the field and not on the audience,” Brady wrote in his explanation.
“This time will come, but still it’s not so far. I love my teammates, I love my family, who is always there for me. They make it possible. I come back to play my 23rd season in Tampa. Me Have something to do. “
Tom Brady: More titles as every team
Brady played so far 22 years in the NFL after being selected from the New England Patriots in the draft 2000 on 199th place in the sixth round. After the violation of Starter Drew Bledsoe, Brady then took over the job of Starting Quarterback 2001 and promptly won the Super Bowl.
Overall, he won six Super Bowls with New England, most recently in the 2018 season, and set various records.
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In 2020, Brady then joined the Bucs, with which he won the Super Bowl directly in the first year. With seven titles at ten final attempts, it is successful as any franchise of the NFL. In addition, he keeps all relevant passing records in the Regular Season and the playoffs.