Brady Thanking The Organization For ‘Finally’ Getting His Age Correct

Tom Brady has been and still is one of the most durable players the game of football has ever seen. Even though he turned 42 earlier this month, he is still nowhere near ending his career in the league.

One of the rosters the Patriots put out ahead of their preseason game against the Tennessee Titans this week had a small typo – it said that Brady is 22 years old. He might look like 22 and play like 22 but he most certainly is not 22. However, he decided to make a little joke about it and posted this to his Instagram story:

There have been some rumors that the 2019 season could be Brady’s last NFL season because of a curious real estate decision he and his family have made, but he probably has a few years left. He talked to reporters recently about the possibility of retirement and said that he can’t imagine life without football and certainly is not talking retirement as of the beginning of August:

“I have a great time. I love this sport.  I’ve loved playing it since I was a kid.  It’s hard for me to imagine doing anything else in life.  I love playing ball, so to still be out here at 41, soon to be 42, it’s pretty good.”

However, he did say that he is excited to see what the future holds for him:

“I don’t know what the future holds. I have several things in the works that I can’t talk about now, and I don’t know if they’ll come to fruition, but I’m excited to find something to challenge me in my second career. I’m just not sure when that’ll happen.”

One thing that Brady is certain about is that he will not a coach in the future. He recently said that playing football is enough for him.