In an interview with Jeff Darlington, which aired Sunday before the Pro Bowl, Tom Brady made it crystal clear he’s not retiring after Super Bowl LIII.
Asked if there’s any chance that Super Bowl LIII is his last game, Tom Brady told @JeffDarlington, “Zero.”
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 27, 2019
Well, there’s no room for interpretation there. Brady will be back in 2019.
Already the greatest of all time, Brady is about to play in his ninth Super Bowl and hopes to win his sixth. He’s already ahead of the NFL’s other all-time greats in both categories and has a slew of additional NFL records in hand.
And remember, this was a kid who slipped by every single NFL team at least five times when he was drafted out of Michigan way back in 2000.