Tom Brady says there’s a ‘zero’ percent chance he retires after Super Bowl
A win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday in Super Bowl LIII would be a storybook-ending for Tom Brady. After all, the New England Patriots won his first Super Bowl over the Rams, so it would be fitting if his last game would be against the franchise that started his dominant run.
But that would require Brady to retire afterward which isn’t going to happen.
Brady told ESPN there’s a “zero” percent chance that Sunday will be his last game.
A sampling from our @ESPN interview with Tom Brady, including his explanation into why there is a zero percent chance hell retire after this game no matter the outcome. pic.twitter.com/HpLQbLH7Yn Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) January 27, 2019
Brady, 41, has repeatedly said he wants to play until he’s 45 years old, and did so again. The quarterback said he still feels like he’s performing at a “championship level.”