Terry Bradshaw played in just one game in 1983, his Hall of Fame career coming to an end at age 35. As such, Bradshaw can’t fully understand the thinking of a player like Tom Brady, who’s looking to play at age 43, age 44, and even age 45.
Still, Bradshaw has some opinions about Brady’s late-career quest, and they’re not particularly nice.
Asked by The Athletic’s Ed Bouchette about Brady’s decision to sign as a free agent with Tampa Bay, Bradshaw said it was a matter of ego.
Bradshaw noted that during his own career, he would have retired before he ever played for another team, so he cannot understand Brady’s thought process
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