Chiefs players react to Tom Brady’s retirement. . . again

A year to the day that Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady announced his first retirement, he’s now announced that he’s retiring and in his words, “for good.” Brady is set to retire after 23 seasons of NFL play, spending the past three seasons in Tampa and two decades with the New England Patriots. He’s the most accomplished quarterback in NFL history, walking away from the game with 251 regular season wins, 35 playoff wins, seven Super Bowl rings, five Super Bowl MVPs and three league MVPs.

Several Kansas City Chiefs players took to Twitter to react to the news of Brady’s latest retirement, showering the legendary quarterback with praise. Check it out:

Patrick Maomes

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Last time around, Mahomes only used one goat emoji. These two have some history on the gridiron and off of it with Brady constantly encouraging Mahomes.

Khalen Saunders

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Brady’s retirement message was an emotional one and Saunders felt it. He thanked him for everything he did for the game.

Justin Reid

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Reid congratulated Brady on his retirement. He also had one request for Brady, now that he’s set to begin a career in broadcasting on FOX.

Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire