Tom Brady Reveals He’s Going to Consider Playing Past Age 45 in the NFL

February 5, 2021 4:59 AM
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Watch as Tom Brady talks to media prior to Superbowl LV and reveals his future plans for the NFL.

Brady was asked whether he possibly would consider extnending his career in the NFL after age 45.

“Yeah, definitely”, Brady said. “I would definitely consider that. Again, it’s a physical sport and my perspective is you never know when that moment is. Because it’s a contact sport, there’s a lot of training that goes into it. It has to be 100% commitment from myself to keep doing it. I’ve been very fortunate over the years. You take different hits, bumps and bruises over the years. It’s just gonna be me continuing to make that commitment to making it part of my year-round process to play football and to continue my career”, he finished.

In addition, Brady spoke on the challenges of getting to the big game and a possible consecutive win for Kansas City.

“It’s hard to win one superbowl. To win two, is way tougher than that. I don’t think anyone’s ever done three. It’s just something that’s difficult because it’s tough to win one superbowl. Every year there’s 32 teams at it. Every team can only spend the same amount of money, everyone drafts. There’s salary caps, you just can’t go buy a football team. You have to develop players, develop processes, and put good processes in place so you can be consistently a good football team. Our coaches have done that here. Great coaching staff, great players. I felt like I could really come in here and help the team win. We hope to get to this point in the season, which we have, and now we gotta go and finish it off.”

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