For the past few years, each end of the season has been synonymous with questioning for Tom Brady. The quarterback just completed his 22e season in the NFL and he still doesn’t know if he’ll be back with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next season.
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Brady and the Bucs were eliminated Saturday by the Los Angeles Rams on the last play of the game. In theory, there remains one year with the contract which the quarterback had signed while bringing to Tampa Bay. However, the seven-time Super Bowl champion indicated in an Instagram post that he will take time to reflect on his future over the next few weeks.
“Right now, all that matters is the gratitude I have for this team and the fans who have supported us throughout the season. This year has been extremely demanding both personally and professionally, and I appreciate everyone who has worked as hard as they can to help this team accomplish so much. »
Brady finished the season atop quarterbacks in passing yards, completions and touchdowns.
In the podcast Let’s Go, which he co-hosts, TB12 said what drives him every day is the relationship he has with his teammates and his role in a team’s success. He explained that he would retire only if he felt he could no longer help his team win. He also indicated that it was essential that his wife and children be comfortable with the decision he would make, because he would like to spend more time with his family and he no longer wanted to neglect them at profit from soccer.