Tom Brady, the most accomplished NFL player of all time, made it clear in February that he is retired “for good.” But considering that Brady has already un-retired once before, many still think that the seven-time Super Bowl champion might have a change of hearts once again.
Respected NFL journalist Rich Eisen is one of the people who think Brady might play again, recently saying on his The Rich Eisen Show that a couple of people told him: “Tom Brady may not be done after all.” Eisen also added that the future Hall of Famer would consider Miami as his potential destination.
Of course, the chatter founds its way to Brady, who then decided to address the rumors about his comeback on social media. The 45-year-old Brady made it clear that he doesn’t have time to come back to NFL as he is too busy with a two-month-old kitten he adopted for his daughter.
Brady decided to take a year off after retiring from NFL but will return to football in 2024 as a lead color commentator for NFL on Fox. He previously signed a 10-year contract with the network that will pay him a total of $375 million.
Tom Brady first retired after the end of the 2021 NFL season but changed his mind just 40 days later and decided to suit up for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers again for the 2022 campaign. Brady threw NFL-record 490 completed passes, finishing the regular season with 4,694 passing yards, 25 touchdowns, and nine picks. The Bucs made the playoffs despite having a losing record (8-9) but ended up being eliminated in the wild-card round by the Dallas Cowboys.