Patriots quarterback Tom Brady earned his sixth ring in Atlanta, and he is off to winning his seventh Super Bowl.
The New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams earlier this month, and Brady was given the honor to hold the Lombardi Trophy for the sixth time in his professional career. But, Brady isn’t stopping here. TB12 is ready to take the team to the seventh Super Bowl win.
There were so many
rumors related to Brady’s retirement, and he decided to shut them down with one
First, it was his Instagram post and Jay-Z’s “On To The Next One.” Then, it was Brady’s comment on New England’s Instagram post.
TB12 goes to seventh Super Bowl win
Tom decided to write a comment to a photo of himself, and he just replied with two hand emojis that actually make seven fingers.
So, no, Brady will
not retire this year.
“I’ve set a goal for myself at 45,” Brady said recently. “Like I said before, it’s very hard to make
it that far. I know how hard it was this year and the commitment it takes and
hopefully I’ve learned from some of the things that happened this year to be
better next year, but every year’s tough.”
When asked if there is
any chance that he retires after the Super Bowl, the quarterback said, “Zero.
There’s zero. I’ve
said that for a long time. I feel like I’m asked that a lot and I feel like I
repeat the same answer, but no one wants to believe me.”
In one of his other
interviews, Brady said that he would love to spend more time with his wife and
kids. He will have enough time in the offseason, and we do believe that he will
skip the voluntary portion of the practice. Again. But, there’s nothing he can
learn at this point, so why losing all that time?