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Tom Brady, the “Greatest Of All Time,” is retiring from football after 22 incredible seasons.

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Tom Brady, the “Greatest Of All Time,” is retiring from football after 22 incredible seasons.

After 22 incredible years in the NFL, Tom Brady is retiring. With seven Super Bowl victories, the quarterback is the all-time leader in Super Bowl victories and the NFL MVP.

He is the only player to have won all five of the major awards. He has a career total of 84,520 yards and 624 touchdowns. He has a storied NFL career and holds numerous NFL records. Here are some of the qualities that contributed to his greatness.

One of the all-time great quarterbacks has announced his retirement from the National Football League. He’s a Hall of Famer who holds the NFL record for passing yards, touchdowns, and completions.

He’s won seven Super Bowls and coached his teams to a record-tying 14 championships. He’s also the most successful quarterback in franchise history, with over 138 career starts.

Tom Brady’s retirement was announced by the NFL on January 29. In January, the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers met in the Super Bowl. Tom Brady’s team was defeated 30-27 by the Los Angeles Rams in the Divisional Round.

Tom Brady’s retirement was announced by the NFL on January 29. In January, the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers met in the Super Bowl. Tom Brady’s team was defeated 30-27 by the Los Angeles Rams in the Divisional Round.

While he hasn’t officially announced his retirement, ESPN’s Adam Schefter said goodbye to the NFL on Twitter.

Tom Brady has won seven Super Bowls and six NFL MVP awards in his 22-year career. In 2020, he hopes to win his eighth ring with the Bucs.

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