GOAT Tom Brady Retires From Football ‘For Good’

After 20 years in the National Football League, Tom Brady has announced his retirement. The six-time Super Bowl champion, who has been widely regarded as the greatest quarterback of all time, made the announcement on his social media accounts on Tuesday.

In a statement posted to Twitter, Brady said that he was “grateful for the opportunity to play the game I love for so many years.” He added that he believed it was “time to move on and focus on the next chapter in my life.”

The news of Brady’s retirement has sent shockwaves through the sports world, with many of his former teammates, coaches, and rivals expressing their admiration for the 43-year-old.

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said in a statement that Brady’s “contribution to our team and throughout the NFL will leave a lasting impact on our game.”

Meanwhile, Brady’s former teammate, Rob Gronkowski, tweeted that Brady was “the greatest of all time and has done so much for the game of football.”

Brady’s retirement also drew praise from President Joe Biden, who said in a statement that Brady “has been a role model for generations of young athletes and an inspiration to us all.”

Brady’s retirement marks the end of an era in the NFL, and his legacy as one of the greatest players in the history of the game will live on.