Tom Brady announces his comeback, a month and a half after retiring

Tom Brady announces his comeback, a month and a half after retiring

A man of all records, the insatiable Tom Brady may have offered himself the fastest comeback in history, announcing on Sunday his return to the NFL next season with the Buccaneers, a month and a half only after announcing his retirement. “Over the past two months, I have realized that my place is always on the pitch and not in the stands. That time will come. But not now,” the seven-time Super Bowl winner wrote on Twitter.

“I love my teammates, and I love my family who support me. Without them, none of this is possible. I’m coming back for my 23rd season, in Tampa Bay. We have a job to finish, ”continued Brady, 44, who therefore did not wait long to reconsider his decision. “He’s baaackkkk”, raved the Bucs franchise on its social networks, coach Bruce Arians expressing for his part his “total excitement” at the idea of ​​​​finding his master to play, who had come out head down from the last play-offs, eliminated by the Los Angeles Rams, winners of the Super Bowl in February.

Brady on the attack of some last records

A trophy that Brady had lifted for the 7th time a year earlier, crowning his Florida adventure with immediate and unexpected success after twenty seasons dominating the league with the New England Patriots (six coronations in nine finals).

The quarterback – named five-time Super Bowl MVP and three-time regular season MVP – has records aplenty, including the number of successful touchdown passes (624), passing yards (84,520) and wins in regular seasons (243).

Here he is determined to do even better, by honoring the last year of the contract which binds him to the Buccaneers until 2023 and which he has therefore probably not broken, despite the announcement of his retirement.

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