Tom Brady Posts Gets Deep, Fires Up Supporters With Awesome Photos From Latest Workout

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady knows how to attract everyone’s attention. We all know that he is the greatest of all time, and Brady always posts photos of his workouts. He is just trying to tell us that retirement isn’t an option at the moment.

The quarterback took to Instagram to share a photo of himself and a video from his workout. He was actually inspired by a proverb.

“In the long battle between stone and water, in time, the water always wins,” the caption read.

Brady will keep giving us his best, and we do hope that he won’t retire in near future. That’s what he said.

“I’ve said that for a long time,” TB12 said when asked if he will retire. “I feel like I’m asked that a lot, and I feel like I repeat the same answer. But no one believes me.

“I’ve set a goal for myself at 45. Like I’ve 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 is tough.

“I’m gonna know when the time is right. I’m gonna feel like, ‘OK, I’ve had enough.’ I don’t quite feel like that yet. I feel like I’ve still made a lot of improvements, and I still feel like, you know, I can continue to do it at a championship level. And I think that’s where I was at before, and that’s still where I’m at now.”

Former NFL exec Mike Tannenbaum is impressed by Brady’s game, and he’d definitely vote for him in the GOAT debate.

“For me, it would be Tom Brady. Being in the AFC East for as long as I have, between the Jets and the Dolphins, every year we were like, ‘Wow, this is going to be it for Tom. He’s getting older. This has got to be the year. This has to be the year.’ And it’s remarkable. He’s gotten better,” Tannenbaum said. “He’s so smart. He knows where he’s going with the ball often before the ball’s ever snapped, so it’s hard to get to him because he gets rid of it so quickly. It’s really remarkable that he’s actually gotten better in the back half of his career from the first half. “Unfortunately, I’ve admired it to my detriment, but he really deserves a lot of credit.”

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