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Tom Brady: 'Next year is not going to be my last'

17 February 2017

He's now won more Super Bowls than any quarterback in National Football League history, having earned MVP status in four of the five to boot.

The New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady reportedly have mutual interest in a contract extension, though nothing is imminent at this time.

Meanwhile, Tom Brady revealed he is nowhere near retirement and will keep playing for several more years after his fifth Super Bowl victory "I'd like to play until my mid-40s", the athlete said according to Daily Telegraph.

But Tom Brady revealed that before the confetti had even settled, his wife asked him to leave the game he loves multiple times.

I don't know if the Atlanta Zoo lost this bet or not.

Brady told TheMMQB that his 237 regular season games and 34 playoff games have prepared him for anything an opposing defense could throw at him. "I've worked hard to get a system in place that really works for me and I know could work for everybody else if they just did it". "This is when it's really enjoyable to go out".

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This identity, at first glance robotic, at second glance incredibly and impressively human, might be Bill Belichick's mantra but it's Tom Brady who makes it reality.

Brady is coming off perhaps the crowning achievement of his career, a Super Bowl-record 25-point comeback over the Atlanta Falcons.

Kraft told The New York Times last month that Trump is going "to be great for the economic side of America". "I mean, those words would never come out of my mouth unless I just repeated them". With the win, Brady now has five Super Bowl championships and has solidified himself as one of the greatest, if not THE GREATEST quarterback to ever play the game.

"The NFL is walking on thin ice right here", Abbott said Tuesday on the show. As he underwent multiple surgeries, radiation treatments and rounds of chemotherapy over the next six years, his passion for the Patriots and Brady provided him happiness.

The 11-year wide receiver took issue with Shanahan's decision not to run the ball after Julio Jones' catch put Atlanta in field-goal range in the fourth quarter.