“Nothing will ever replace the joy Tommy had playing in football” Tom Brady’s father’s recent statement fuel rumors of QB’s return from retirement

Tom Brady has declared his retirement from the NFL for the 2nd time in his career.  This time around, the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback seem to be all in, but Tom Brady’s father has dropped some doubtful points over his retirement.

In an interview with Mark Leibovich of The Atlantic, Tom Brady Sr., the father of the man who terminated his 23-year NFL career, spoke candidly about his son, his real concern for him evident in his words.

Tom Brady’s father Sr. Brady commented, “Nothing will ever replace the joy Tommy had playing in football games, hanging with teammates, and joshing around in the locker room,” and he went on, “Somehow he’s going to have to find a substitute for that, just like every other guy has.”

We all know that after graduating from the University of Michigan, one’s destiny is to become the main NFL commentator for Fox Sports, but the legend has declared that this probably wouldn’t happen until the autumn of 2024.

As per Brady, the plan is to spend more time with his four kids: Jack, 15, from his relationship with actress Bridget Moynahan; Benjamin, 13, and Vivian, 10, from his marriage to the aforesaid former Victoria’s Secret model; and Jack, 10, from his relationship with actress Bridget Moynahan.



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