Tom Brady is saying and doing everything possible to let people know he is done with the NFL.
On Friday, the seven-time Super Bowl winner filed a letter with the NFL and NFLPA confirming his retirement, according to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Schefter noted the letter will officially make the 45-year-old eligible to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility in ’28.
With the paperwork now complete, Brady will finally head off into the sunset and no longer face questions surrounding whether or not he’ll return to play for one more season.
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Last week, Brady announced he was retiring from football “for good” after 23 seasons. After what he did last season, speculation continued to swirl about whether Brady would return to the game.
The retirement paperwork helps end it all.
The former Michigan standout played in a record 10 Super Bowls and has been named a Super Bowl MVP five times. Brady was a league MVP three times.
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