Tom Brady is still here. After previously announcing his retirement from the NFL, he annoucned that he will be returning for his 23rd season and running it back with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Not even days after being asked about the possibility of a comeback by Cristiano Ronaldo, Brady unveiled the news himself.

Brady going back on his retirement is hardly shocking considering how competitive he is and how dominant he was last season at the age of 44. He led the league in passing yards and passing touchdowns and was second in MVP voting while earning his 15th Pro Bowl nod. He hinted that he may change his mind on retirement and did just that.

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Brady’s return changes everything for the NFL but especially for the Buccaneers. The ability to keep their team intact seemed like a daunting task without their superstar quarterback in place. Now, they should remain in title contention after winning the NFC South last season.

The Buccaneers placed the franchise tag on Chris Godwin and have opened up more cap room by restructuring Vita Vea’s contract. They’ve got the potential to make big moves and give Brady (at least) one more shot at winning another Super Bowl.

While he is still one of the game’s best quarterbacks even as he nears 50 years of age, Brady is coming back.