“Can Tom Brady play until he’s 50? I don’t find it that difficult,” Brady tells his Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammate Rob Gronkowski. “Plus, in Florida, it’s kind of a retirement state, so I feel like I can play and then slide into retirement. I think I can; I think it’s a yes.”
Last Updated: 09/17/21 1:32 pm
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady says he could play into his 50s as the Super Bowl LV champions prepare to face the Atlanta Falcons in the second week of the NFL season.
Tom Brady, the 44-year-old quarterback and a seven-time Super Bowl winner, has said he thinks he could keep playing until he’s 50.
On the return of the Brady and Tampa Bay Buccaneers YouTube show, Rob Gronkowski, ‘Tommy & Gronky’, Brady said: “Can Tom Brady play until he’s 50? I don’t find it that difficult.
“Plus, in Florida, it’s kind of a retirement state, so I feel like I can play and then slide into retirement. I think I can; I think it’s a yes.”
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However, the line of questioning did not end there. “You know, there is a little twist to that question,” Gronkowski said. “I think it will [Brady’s wife] Gisele [Bündchen] let Tom play until he’s 50? “
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“That’s a much better question,” Brady answered. “That is, of course not, that answer.”
“I’m just kidding,” he continued. “You [Gisele] I would cease. You would let me do anything as long as I’m happy. “
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Brady completed 32 of 50 passes for 379 yards with four touchdowns in Tampa Bay’s 31-29 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sept. 9 to begin their Super Bowl defense.
The Bucs host NFC South rivals the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.
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