Everyone’s talking about Tom Brady’s retirement. But, the New England Patriots quarterback doesn’t even think of going anywhere. That’s what he said on K&C.
Brady’s retirement has been quite an issue over the last year. First, he said to play until he turns 45. The quarterback appeared on K&C, saying that he may play beyond his contract. Brady’s deal is set to expire at the end of next year, and he also has some goals to reach.
“I certainly expect to be here next year and hopefully beyond. Like I’ve said, I have goals to play for a long time. I still love doing it. I still want to do it, but I am also focused on what I need to do this year. It’s a tough challenge. It’s a great challenge. I have loved it for a long time and I still want to get out there and be the best I can be for our team,” Brady said.
According to him, every player has to have long- and short-term goals. Brady has long-term goals he has set for himself, and he’s really excited about accomplishing these. It won’t be easy, he’s well aware of that, but he’s ready for the challenge. It’s interesting to note that Brady doesn’t even know which game will be the last of his career.
“You never know when you are going to come out of it, but like I said, I take good care of myself. I am always trying to put myself in a position where I can execute my job, take the hits and perform well. I think I have a really great routine and I would like to continue to show I can do it,” Brady said.
The quarterback got $5 million in incentives for the season late last weak. We don’t hear Brady speaking about his contract, and he’s more into the game. He enjoys playing with the Patriots, and being part of New England brings him joy. We understand that.