Tom Brady was always going to come back to the NFL

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady’s retirement party was short-lived.

The seven-time Super Bowl champion quarterback decided he wasn’t done with football.

He will enter his 23rd season at the start of the 2022-23 NFL season.

He’s the oldest player in the NFL, but that’s never stopped him before.

Love him or hate him, Brady brings a lot of things to the grill that other players miss.

Brady loves the game

Brady is one of the few players who lives, breathes and sleeps in football.

He is one of the first to study game films about opponents.

Even with his aging, Brady is taking time to improve his game on the court.

He also pushes his teammates to improve their game as well.

That’s what makes him so unique in the NFL.

He has a passion for winning and pushing people to have the same fire inside him.

It’s a spirit that has made the University of Michigan’s sixth-round pick a household name.

Brady is the NFL’s iron man

Anyone who loves baseball will remember Cal Ripken Jr.

He earned the nickname “The Iron Man” of baseball during his 21 seasons.

Ripken played 2,632 straight games before missing a career game.

Brady is a lot like Ripken in that regard.

The only times he never missed playing time was when he tore his ACL and MCL in 2008 and when he had to serve a four-game suspension in 2016.

Without it, Brady would have already surpassed Brett Favre’s streak of 297 consecutive NFL starts.

But either way, Brady is the Iron Man of the NFL today.

Brady is showing he can play at the highest level while being the oldest on the court.

Age hasn’t stopped Brady in the past

Brady used to be one of the oldest players in the NFL.

When he took the Bucs to Super Bowl 55, he was the oldest quarterback to do so.

He is the oldest player to win the Super Bowl.

Time and time again, Brady shows that his age means nothing.

He also topped what would be a shocking statistic for anyone.

Brady, 44, passed the NFL’s average retirement age by 27.6 years.

This number might come as a shock to most people.

The reality is that the NFL is one of the most demanding sports to play.

Brady did all the right things at his age to stay in the game.

When the new NFL season begins, he will be 45 years old.

But this number prevents him from making a comeback.

He doesn’t just have the passion to win.

He has a passion to be a champion.

He wants to break every NFL record he can.

Winning an eighth Super Bowl will not only smash a record he already holds, but also make it nearly impossible to top it.

With an eighth ring, he can tell his enemies that nothing will ever stop him and no one will ever get past him.

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