Win or lose, Tom Brady is going to play football next season. He sat down with ESPN’s Jeff Darlington and was asked if there any chance the Super Bowl is his last game.
Brady responded by saying there is zero percent chance he retires after the Super Bowl. He then reminded Darlington that his retirement plans have been known for a long-time.
— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) January 27, 2019
The plan is that Brady play well into his 40s before retiring. But with nothing left to prove it’s very easy to imagine him walking away if he wins his sixth ring.
For now we’ll take Tom’s word for it, but we wouldn’t be surprised at all if he calls it quits with a Patriots victory.
Who doesn’t want to go out on top?