Tom Brady withdrew his retirement in a new Twitter post, sharing that he would return to Tampa Bay for his 23rd NFL season to join the “unfinished business”.
This is called the second coming. After first announcing his retirement in early February, Tom Brady, 44, has reversed the abrupt decision with a new statement. Taking to Twitter to announce his retirement, Tom revealed after some thought that he has decided to return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for his 23rd NFL season.
After announcing his “difficult” decision to retire from the NFL on February 1, Tom has reversed the statement in a shocking turn. Discussing how his heart changed, he wrote: “Over the last two months, I have realized that my place is still in the field, not in the stands. That time will come. But it is not now. I love my friends, and I love my family. They make it all possible. I’m back in Tampa for my 23rd season. Incomplete business LFG. “
Along with the post, Tom shared two heartwarming photos showing the people who made his new decision possible. One shot showed Tom on the field with his Tampa Bay teammates, while the other showed his sweet family around each other wearing matching jerseys with their arms. Tom has previously shared the importance of his relationship with his wife Gisele Bundchen And children Jack, VivianAnd Benjamin For his game. Tom shares his eldest son Jack with his ex-wife Bridget Moynahan.
A few weeks after Tom officially announced his retirement, Hollywood Frog In particular, it turned out that Tom was finally considering not retiring. After teasing “Never Say No” in a podcast interview, when asked if his return to pro football was in the future, our insiders gave HL an initial glimpse of Tom’s decision, sharing that ” It was his chance to return without question. “
However, at the time, our source also shared some things that would be “coming into place” for Tom to consider a comeback: namely, a strong NFL off-season. Now, it is clear that even after a few months on the field, Tom has no choice but to fasten his helmet, and return to the sport he has dominated for over two decades.