The first time Tom Brady retired, it only lasted 40 days. In February, the NFL legend retired “for good,” and it seems he is sticking with his word.
When Aaron Rodgers ruptured his Achilles in just his fourth play as a New York Jet quarterback, speculation immediately began that the team could give the seven-time Super Bowl-winning Brady a call.
It’s unknown if that ever happened, but if it did, he has made it seem pretty clear it’s not an option.
“Give me the doubts. Give me the timetables. Give me all the things that you think can, should or would happen because all I need is that one extra little percent of inspiration. That’s all I need,” he said on “The Pat McAfee Show.” “Give me your doubts, give me your prognostications, and then watch what I do.”