NFL legend Tom Brady retired after a 22-year career and won the Super Bowl seven times.
Brady’s company TB12sports tweeted to thank his 44-year-old career and confirmed his retirement after being first reported by ESPN.
Brady is believed to be the largest quarterback in NFL history, making his name in the 20-year-old spell that made history with the New England Patriots.
He signed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in March 2020, where he won the seventh Super Bowl.
At the age of 44, he spent most of his career at the New England Patriots-the team he signed in 2000 and spent 20 years on.
Tom Brady: NFL Legend Retires After 22 Seasons and 7 Super Bowl Wins | US News
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