Tom Brady Unretires…Again!

The Immortal Legend Announces his Return to the Game

Tom Brady is a three-time MVP, one of two unanimous NFL MVPs of all time, a record 15-time Pro Bowler, another record holder with seven championships and five Super Bowl MVPs, 89,214 passing yards, and 649 touchdown passes. With all these records and all-time accomplishments, it would be more than appropriate for him to hang it up, especially at age 45. So he did, on February 1st, 2023, Tom Brady took to social media to relay his decision to end his illustrious career and “let you guys know first.” Brady was clearly emotional, and a year before already claimed he’d leave the beloved game, only to come back. Now, in many fans’ minds, it would be absurd for the fulfilled player and widely believed greatest player of all time to go back on his word again… but he’s done it.

On March 29th, in an exclusive interview with Stephen A. Smith, Tom Brady openly admitted that staying away from the game was far too difficult, “it’s like a drug to me, I need to throw, I need to play and I need to win.” 

Smith questioned him on whether his age or body would hold him back from performing at the level he so covets when Tom Brady became irate and ended the interview. Since his retirement was already confirmed at the time, as of March 15th, Tom Brady is no longer under contract for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and is an unrestricted free agent. During the interview, Brady released his top five destinations: Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Tennessee Titans and Las Vegas Raiders.

With arguably the greatest resume in NFL history, it’s plausible that many teams would be willing to move players or assets just to have Brady on their roster, if not as their starting quarterback. So tell everyone you know, BRADY IS BACK!

Happy April Fool's Day!🦂

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