Tom Brady cancels NFL retirement after just two months: ‘My place is still on the field’
14th March 2022


At 44 years of age, Mr Brady was and remains the oldest active player in the NFL, and is one of the top ten oldest quarterbacks in NFL history.

However, he had already hinted that he might return, telling American sportscaster Jim Gray that he would “never say never”. His team said it would “leave the light on” for him.

Hours before Mr Brady’s tweet, video emerged of a meeting with Portuguese association footballer Cristiano Ronaldo at a Manchester United game on Saturday, in which Mr Brady appeared to dodge answering Mr Ronaldo’s question: “You’re finished, right?”

As well winning seven Super Bowls, Mr Brady is the all-time leader in touchdown passes and passing yards – a record he broke in October against his former team.

He made his professional debut in 200 after playing college football in Michigan, famously being picked 199th out of 254 players in that year’s NFL draft.

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