This morning, Tom Brady made an announcement that he is officially retiring from the NFL.
Breaking News: Tom Brady has retired from NFL, officially.pic.twitter.com/s0mMUBusT9
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) February 1, 2023
In a short clip, Brady calls out his family and his fans, thanking them for all of the support that he has garnered over the past several years.
This video dispels rumors that have been going around the Internet that Brady would be moving to Miami and potentially starting at quarterback for the Dolphins.
Because this situation is so fresh, we will provide any updates that arise along the way.
For the moment, Brady is retired and will be able to enjoy everyday life with his children, extended family, and friends.
While the details are unknown at this time, we do know that Brady signed a ten-year contract with Fox Sports in the 2022 offseason, which was set to begin once he retired from the league for a second time.
Brady could end up in the broadcasting booth for the 2023 NFL season, something that many fans around the league have been patiently waiting for.
During his time in New England, Brady wasn’t very active in the media, and his true personality was never fully brought out.
As a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Brady came out of his shell, and, whenever he enters the broadcasting booth, the world will be able to see his personality on full display.
Tom Brady has made a lasting impact on many across the NFL.
His on-field play will be sorely missed, but his off-field commentary should hopefully make up for it.NEXT: Former NFL Coach Shares Important Advice For Russell Wilson