Even with his record-tying 4th Super Bowl ring being fitted, Patriots QB Tom Brady isn’t done yet.
New England Patriots QB Tom Brady rejected the notion that he’s winding down his career after picking up his fourth Super Bowl win.
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After defeating the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in Super Bowl XLIX, winning his fourth Super Bowl title in 14 years and tying Joe Montana for most Super Bowl MVP awards, the Patriots future Hall of Fame QB denied that he is ready to call it a career.
“No. I’ve got a lot of football left,” Brady was quoted by NBC Sports.
“It’s hard to play this game and it take a big commitment, a lot of sacrifice. For all the players that have played in the past and I’ve looked up to and admired and a lot of the players now who I look up to and admire – it’s a big challenge and it’s incredible to experience this feeling once and I’ve been fortunate to play on four really great teams, so I’m really blessed.”
Among the many incredible records and accolades Tom Brady has accumulated, he owns the Super Bowl record for most career TD passes in a record six Super Bowl starts.
Brady is tied with Pittsburgh Steelers QB Terry Bradshaw and San Francisco 49ers QB Joe Montana for most Super Bowl wins and recorded his NFL-record 9th career postseason 4th quarter comeback.
Since becoming the starter in 2001, Brady has won 12 AFC East division titles and led the Patriots to nine AFC Championship Games.
Brady is 37 but hasn’t been beaten up nearly as many times as QBs like Brett Favre, Kurt Warner or even Peyton Manning – all of whom played at an incredible high level at that age or older.