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Tom Brady says he’s “sure” he won’t return to the NFL.
Speaking to Sports Illustrated, Brady, 45, said Thursday he’s “sure” he won’t play soccer once again.
“I’m sure I’ll never play again, so I’ve tried to make it clear and I hate to keep saying it, because I’ve already told people a lot of times,” Brady said in response to a question. Fans and the media should “make it up” scenarios as Brady stars again.
Instead, Brady said he’s looking forward to starting his role as a broadcaster on Fox Sports and his “future opportunity” with the Las Vegas Raiders.
In May, Brady agreed to Minority property purchase Share in the team. Brady also has an ownership interest in the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces.
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Brady celebrates after defeating the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV.
Brady also added that he wants to spend more time with his kids after retirement.
“Just spending as much time as possible with my kids and seeing them grow and support the different things they’re going through that’s a very important job and I take all of them very seriously,” Brady said.
The former New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback announced his retirement from the NFL in February after 23 seasons.
The seven-time Super Bowl winner and three-time league MVP set nearly every record, including regular-season passing yards (89,214) and passing touchdowns (649). He also has the most wins by any player in NFL history (251).
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