Tom Brady Announces Retirement Again—With a Nod to Gisele Bündchen

Precisely one year after Tom Brady declared his (first) retirement, the competitor says this time it's "for good." Watch the NFL quarterback's message to fans beneath.

Tom Brady is putting down his head protector, for good this time. The NFL quarterback, who recently reported his retirement in 2022 preceding getting back to the game.

 "Good day, folks, I'll arrive at the point immediately," Tom said in a video message, presented on Twitter and Instagram. "I'm resigning, for good

I realize the cycle was nothing to joke about last time, so when I got up earlier today I figured I'd simply squeeze record and let you all know first.

"I will not be wordy, you just get one very close to home retirement exposition, and I utilized mine up last year," he noted. "Thus, I truly thank you all, to such an extent

to each and every one of you for supporting me. My family, my companions, my partners, my rivals, I could continue always, there's too much.

Much obliged to you folks for permitting me to experience my outright dream. I wouldn't modify anything. Love all of you." Alongside his video message, Tom, 45

pondered his time in the NFL by posting a progression of Instagram Story photographs of his family — including ex Bridget Moynahan and their 15-year-old child John

as well as ex Gisele Bündchen and kids Benjamin, 13, and Vivian, 10 — supporting him consistently.  Love all of you." 

Subsequent to posting his declaration, Tom — a seven-time Super Bowl champion — got a surge of messages from fans, companions and individual competitors.

"We love you man," David Beckham remarked on his companion's Instagram post alongside a heart emoticon, while Tom's previous NFL group,

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