Patriots superstar Tom Brady trolls everyone with retirement tweet
Six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has nothing left to prove. The veteran quarterback of arguably the most successful franchise in the NFL has accomplished everything he possibly can in his career after winning his sixth ring, but he had yet to tackle the Twitterverse until today.
In classic Brady fashion, he chose his words carefully for his first tweet. Those words, however, probably had fans hoping it was nothing more than an April Fool’s Day joke, which clearly it is.
I'm retiring. In my spare time, I'll be tweeting #LFG
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) April 1, 2019
Although Brady is set to turn 43 before his next snap in the NFL, the perennial Pro Bowler is still going strong and has made it clear on multiple occasions that he’s not done yet.
Just a couple years from his latest Super Bowl title, Brady will try to hold off Father Time a little while longer as he attempts to continue to pad his legacy as arguably the greatest quarterback in NFL history with a new team in the Buccaneers.
The real question moving forward is whether the Brady can continue to play at a high level. He has more weapons in Tampa Bay than New England in 2020, headlined by Mike Evans and Chris Godwin.
Only time will tell if Brady can continue this incredible run while defying the odds of playing at such a high level beyond the age of 40.