Brady ‘decided’ to retire, return to season 22
Among so many stories and rumours claim that Gisele Bündchen, wife of Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, was not on the board with the decision to end his short-term retirement to return to at least one more NFL season, Brady recently suggested he is questioning how much longer he wants to commit to playing.
According to an update provided by Anna Lazarus Caplan and Steve Helling of the People On Wednesday afternoon, a source close to Brady now says that the midfielder and Bündchen “together” have determined that he will retire after the 2021 season. The source added that the caller signaled to the champion. The seven-time Super Bowl champion “decided for himself that he would come back,” which he announced in March.
“She’s a very ‘pros and cons’ person, and she sees very few people supporting him playing anymore,” the source explained. “She told him he was GOAT, and that he had absolutely nothing left to prove. He could go all the way to the top, and playing until the wheel fell didn’t seem like the way to go. overtake.”
Brady raised his eyebrows in August when he married an 11-day vacation from the Buccaneers during pre-season for unspecified “personal reasons” now believed to be related to Bündchen’s alleged unhappiness over his retirement.
“He knows 100% that he needs to have some — together,” People Brady’s summer vacation story notes. “It’s also iconic, the way he shows that family is as important to him as football.”
The new report also says that “Brady knows he needs to retire after this year” if he wants to stay married. ” of the weekly “Let’s Go!” SiriusXM show and podcast with broadcaster Jim Gray.
“One of these days [the rumors] would be right… That was really fun for me. I still like [it]. I feel it out there, I feel joy, I feel happy, I feel camaraderie,” Brady said. tell Gray at that time.
For a Interview with Elle . magazine took place earlier this summer, Bündchen admitted to having “concerns” about Brady’s play and confessed that she “wants him to be more present” for their children.
“But in the end, I feel that people have to make the right decisions with [them]. He also needs to keep an eye on his fun,” she continued in those comments.
Brady completed 18 of 27 212-yard passes with a touchdown and an intercept in his season-opening win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night. The next 1-0 Buccaneers team will play against the 1-0 New Orleans Saints next Sunday.