Tampa (Reuters) – The question on the minds of Americans who love the game this weekend is: Will Tom Brady stop or not? The 44-year-old American footballer has decided to end his illustrious career and Brady’s company confirms this via social media, sports channel ESPN reported Saturday. However, according to Brady’s manager and father, the seven – time Super Bowl winner is yet to make a decision.
“I understand all the speculation about Tom’s future,” manager Dan Yee said. “Regardless of whether these statements are correct or not, only Tom can say exactly what his plans are. He knows how it works in American football as it prepares for the new season, so he will clarify soon.” According to Brady’s father, the ESPN message was false.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Brady’s team, says he has no news. “We are not in a position to comment on this,” the NFL champion said last year. Brady has a one-year contract with Buchanan. The American sports hero, who has always been considered the best quarterback in the NFL after being recently removed from the playoffs, said he was thinking about his future. Brady has won the Super Bowl six times with the New England Patriots and with his new team Tampa Bay Buccaneers last year.
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