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Official: Tom Brady files for retirement

By officially submitting his retirement paperwork, Tom Brady is signaling to the world that he intends to retire this time around and seemingly closing the door on a comeback.

Adam Schefter claims that Brady sent an official retirement letter to the NFL and NFLPA on Friday, doubling down on his February 1 announcement.

According to sources, Tom Brady officially confirmed his retirement on February 1 in a letter filed with the NFL and NFLPA today.

Any inquiries regarding the future of the 45-year-old quarterback should be answered in Brady’s formal letter to the league and the union.

The quarterback who won seven Super Bowls is now officially out of the NFL and will be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2028.

Naturally, a few weeks after the Cowboys’ 31-14 victory over the Buccaneers at home in the wild card round of the playoffs, Brady declared that he was “retiring for good.”

During the major announcement, Brady stated, “I know the process was a pretty big deal last time,” so “when I woke up this morning I figured I’d just press record and let you guys know first.”

Evidently, Tom has returned to work once before, 40 days into his retirement, claiming to have “unfinished business.” After 23 NFL seasons, the G.O.A.T. appears to be done for good this time.

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