Quarterback Tom Brady, widely considered the greatest player in American football history, officially announced his retirement on Tuesday, February 1, after days of suspense.
“I’ve loved my career in the NFL (North American professional league, editor’s note) and now it’s time to focus my time and energy on other things that require my attention.” That’s the end for legendary NFL quarterback Tom Brady, who announced his retirement on Tuesday, February 1, via a message posted on his Instagram account. The 44-year-old stops with seven Super Bowls in his trophy cabinet, an all-time record.
The former master of the New England Patriots, who played between 2000 and 2019 (six titles) and then the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020 and 2021 (one title), has enjoyed exceptional longevity and a consensus career. “I’ve done a lot of thinking work over the past week and asked myself some tough questions. And I’m very proud of what we’ve accomplished. My teammates, coaches, opponents and fans deserve me. 100%, but now I’m giving it to the next generation of dedicated and dedicated athletes.” Better leave the field,” the quarterback wrote.
The American sports world was turned upside down on Saturday after ESPN announced the retirement of America’s most popular superstar. While other media outlets said Tom Brady had not yet made his decision, the player finally put an end to the suspense on Tuesday.
Man of all records, quarterback – five-time Super Bowl MVP and three-time regular season nominee – especially the number of successful touchdowns (624), passing yards (84,520) and wins in regular seasons (243) Off the field, he has been with Brazilian supermodel Gisele since 2009. Also known as Bundchen’s husband.
Many achievements are unbreakable
7 – It has won more NFL titles than any franchise. He won six Super Bowls with the New England Patriots (2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016 and 2018) and one of ten Super Bowls in 2021 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
5 – The number of trophies won by the MVP (Best Player) of the NFL’s final game, the Super Bowl.
243 – He has won more games in the regular season than any other quarterback in NFL history.
84,520 – Tom Brady’s passing yards in his 22 seasons in the NFL.
624 – He has more touchdown passes in his career than the retired Drew Brees (571), Peyton Manning (539) and Brett Favre (508).
5 – Number of seasons he has finished with the most passing touchdowns (2002, 2007, 2010, 2015 and 2021).
7,263 – Number of successful passes to a receiver in 11,317 attempts.