Tom Brady has just won his seventh Super Bowl and his fifth MVP at the Super Bowl, and then signed a contract extension in the 2022 season.
As the Buccaneers return all 22 strikers and defenders, they are apparently keeping the championship window open as long as possible.
Brady turns 44 in June and has repeatedly said he would like to play until he is at least 45. But even after seven rings, he shows no signs of slowing down. During an interview with Good morning America, Brady said he didn’t have to try to prove anything more.
“I still want to play,” Brady told Michael Strahan. “Like me, I have a small disease that still wants to shed a terrible spiral, do you understand what I mean?” Also for football, once you stop, you can’t go back to it.
“I have a little more football in me. Not much and I know it. But what I have left, I will give everything I have. “
After what happened in 2020, there is no reason to believe that Brady cannot push the Buccaneers to a new championship season in 2021.