Tom Brady declares his retirement “forever.”

FLORIDA’S TAMPA, EE.UU. Tom Brady, who set a record by winning seven Super Bowls for New England and Tampa, announced his retirement on Wednesday.
The announcement was made on social media on Wednesday morning in a little video that lasted just under a minute. The most successful field marshal in NFL history and one of the best team athletes in sports.
“Good day, ladies. Brady declares at the beginning of the message, “I’ll be at the grano right now. “I resign. Always, please
Shortly after the 2021 season ended, he briefly left the team, but he ultimately returned for one more season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After a record-setting 23-year career, he retires at the age of 45.
When she announced her retirement last year, she did it in a lengthy Instagram message. But six weeks later, he made the decision to return for one more race. The Buccaneers, who won a Super Bowl with them two seasons ago, advanced to the playoffs this season even though they lost their first game. In that moment, the question of whether Brady would resume playing emerged. Brady has provided a response only a few weeks later.
As a result, when I woke up this morning, I decided that it would be best to start recording the video and let people know, as Brady explains in the clip. No, I won’t be extending. In life, one should only have one lengthy announcement of retirement, and I already used the same one last year.