Well, it sure sounds like we have not seen the last of Tom Brady in the NFL.
Following the Patriots’ season-ending loss, Brady noted it was “ quite not likely” he’ll retire this offseason. We most likely can shift that label to “really not likely” evaluating off of the veteran quarterback’s most current Instagram post.
Brady on Wednesday provided a genuine “thank you” to New England fans for their support the 2019 season, which the six-time Super Bowl champion plainly does not view as a lost campaign regardless of his team’s early postseason exit. The 42- year-old in the post also sets his sights on the future, insisting he still has “more to prove.”.
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I just wanted to state to all of our fans, THANK YOU! After a few days of reflection, I am so grateful and humbled by the genuine support you have actually shown me the past 20 years. Lacking that tunnel each week is a feeling that is difficult to describe. I want every season ended in a win, but that’s not the nature of sports (or life). No one plays to lose. However the benefit for working hard is just that, the work!! I have been blessed to find a profession I enjoy, teammates who go to fight with me, an organization that thinks in me, and fans who have actually lagged us every action of the method. Every one people that works at Gillette Stadium aimed to do their best, spent themselves at a worthy cause, and prepared to fail while daring greatly (h/t Teddy Roosevelt). And for that, we’ve been rewarded with something that the scoreboard won’t reveal– the complete satisfaction of knowing we provided everything to each other in pursuit of a common goal. That is what TEAM is all about. In both life and football, failure is inescapable. You do not always win. You can, however, learn from that failure, pick yourself up with great interest, and location yourself in the arena again. And that’s ideal where you will discover me. Since I understand I still have more to show.
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It’s unclear whether you will have the ability to discover Brady at Gillette Arena come fall. The future Hall of Famer is set to become a totally free representative in March, and he’ll likely have lots of alternatives at his disposal.
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