Buccaneers’ Tom Brady shuts down speculation about his future
After a poor start to the season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom Brady has been linked with retirement rumors. Therefore, the veteran midfielder has put things right recently.
When Tom Brady He announced that he would retire from football earlier this year, and pirate They were concerned. It didn’t last long, as the quarterback changed his mind just a month later, but things aren’t going according to plan yet.
The box she is on Losing the record after seven weeks (3-4), after suffering consecutive defeats in the last two matches. While the team fails to get results, several performances leave much to be desired, including Brady’s.
With a veteran caller who is also understood to be going through a complicated situation with his partner Model Gisele BundchenThere has been speculation about a possible retirement. but brady Make sure to decline All those rumors again.
Tom Brady brushes off mid-season retirement rumors
“I said last week that there is no immediate retirement in my future. There was retirement in the past, but I have moved on from that”, Brady said on his podcast “Let’s Go” via Pro Football Talk.
“I have committed to this team and I love this team and I love this organization. I told them in March that I’m playing and I have nothing left in my life. And I know a group of my teammates who all depend on each other to be our best, work hard and put the team first. That’s what you stick to and that’s what you want your teammates to stick to as well.
“I was part of a wonderful organization that taught me many great things over my 20 years in New England,” Brady added. “And I was part of a great college that was always about the team. And when I got to the Bucs I had nothing but a great experience here. I just, I want to keep fighting as hard as I can always trying to do better. I always try to work hard and always try to commit more to the things that are important to me. This team is very important to me and I definitely want to be the best for them. “
When Brady announced his decision to forgo retirement, he referred to the existence of “unfinished business” in Tampa Bay. Well, now it looks like the Bucs have a lot of work to do, but they have time to turn things around.