Brady Hints That 45 Will Be His Retirement Age
Following his recent one-on-one interview with Oprah, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has created a stir, once again, regarding his thoughts on when he'll retire.
In a typical click bait type post, the ESPN Instagram account posted a Brady quote from the interview and wrote, "Tom Brady says he's still motivated to keep playing, but he knows he can't play forever."
Brady got everyone riled up by commenting on the post "Cuarenta y cinco," which, in Spanish, means 45.
Brady has said multiple times in the past that 45 is the age he plans to play until, though, as of late, he has appeared to be less committal on that timeline.
While only time will tell how long Brady will play, not many players have looked as good as the 5-time Super Bowl champion did last year in his age 40 season. One thing is for certain, however; Patriot Nation wants the future Hall-of-Famer to keep playing forever.