American football legend Tom Brady announces his retirement “for good”

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Quarterback Tom Brady, considered the greatest player in American football history, announced his retirement on Wednesday on Twitter.

In his discipline, he is considered the best of all time. Tom Brady, 45, announced Wednesday, February 1, to retire after a life dedicated to American football. The 45-year-old quarterback has won seven Super Bowls in his career, an all-time high.

“I’m retiring, for good,” the Tampa Bay Buccaneers player joked in a video posted to Twitter and Instagram. The legendary quarterback declared in February 2022 to retire, before announcing his return to the field a month and a half later.

A man of all records, Tom Brady – named five-time Super Bowl MVP and three-time regular season MVP – notably possesses that of the number of successful touchdowns (624), passing yards (84,520) and victories in regular seasons (243).

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