There’s no doubt Brady is nearing the end of his playing career but given he’s 43 and still winning championships, it’s a fools errand to assume he’s retiring anytime soon. As sights are set toward a 22nd season, we already knew that Brady was coming back but now it appears it’s possible for the seven-time Super Bowl winner to go beyond his original two-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
He’s played in the NFL for only one season and already has a Super Bowl championship ring, so now what? "I tell people I was in the Super Bowl but I didn’t play in it," former Nebraska defensive lineman Khalil Davis says. "I’ve told myself I’m never going back to the Super Bowl and not playing in it.
The most expensive trading card in football history, a Tom Brady rookie card, has sold for $1.32 million. FitBit CEO and co-founder James Park made the purchase. "I lived in Boston for 10 years and so am a huge fan of Brady," Park said in a statement on the Instagram page of PWCC Marketplace, the online auction house that brokered the deal.