Tom Brady Explains When He Will Retire From Football

BOSTON, UNITED STATES; FEBRUARY 5 2019: Tom Brady in a duck boat shares the Super Bowl trophy with the city of Boston during the parade after winning the competition.

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Tom Brady is fresh off of another Super Bowl championship and the ageless wonder continues to prove that he has plenty of gas left in the tank. Previously, Brady has said that he wants to play until he is 45.

Brady turned 44-year-old on August 3, so his previous comments would suggest this could be his final season in the NFL. But that doesn’t seem to be the case and Brady recently explained what it will take for him to finally hang up his cleats.

In this week’s installment of Peter King’s Football Morning in America, Brady said that he will continue playing as long as he feels he can perform at an elite level.

“I’ll know when the time’s right,” Brady said. “If I can’t … if I’m not a championship-level quarterback, then I’m not gonna play. If I’m a liability to the team, I mean, no way. But if I think I can win a championship, then I’ll play.”

If the Buccaneers are able to defend their Super Bowl title or contend for another this season, we could be ready to see more of Tommy Terrific gracing the NFL fields.

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