Tom Brady isn’t retiring after the Super Bowl
Tom Brady is headed to his ninth Super Bowl, and some have speculated that he could walk off into the sunset if he wins another title.
Colin doesn’t see any scenario where Brady retires in the offseason because the NFL has made the rules easier for him to continue to excel into his forties because QB’s get hit less and receivers can’t be touched. While some legends see the writing on the wall because the game has passed them by, there’s nothing that indicates that will happen any time soon with Brady because the rules are continuing to evolve to his benefit. There’s no way he calls it quits this year.
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