Tom Brady’s father’s concern that leaves doubts about the legendary QB’s retirement



Tom Brady for the second time in his life has announced his retirement from the NFL, will he follow through this time? The former New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback appears to be serious this time around, however, recent statements from his father, raise questions about the mental health of TB12’s future.

Tom Brady Sr. is surely one of the people in the world who knows the seven-time Super Bowl winner best, the father of the player who ended his 23-year NFL career gave an interview to Mark Leibovich of The Atlantic, a genuine concern for his son is clear in his statements.

What will Tom Brady replace his joy of playing in the NFL with?

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

It’s worth remembering that several things have changed in Brady’s life since last year when he announced his first retirement only to regret it 40 days later. Chief among them has been the divorce he announced with his ex-wife, Brazilian top model Gisele Bündchen, on Oct. 28.

Tom Brady won’t be a Fox Sports analyst until 2024

We know that in the University of Michigan graduate’s future is to be the lead NFL analyst on Fox Sports, however, as the soon-to-be Hall of Famer has announced, that won’t happen until the fall of 2024.  Brady has said that his idea is to spend more time with his children, 15-year-old Jack, who he had with actress Bridget Moynahan, as well as 13-year-old Benjamin and 10-year-old Vivian, who were produced from the aforementioned marriage to the former Victoria’s Secret Angel.


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