Tom Brady's 23-Year NFL Career Concludes with Seven Super Bowl Rings

BY Javed Baloch | 01/02/23 Images via Social Media 

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On Wednesday, legendary NFL quarterback Tom Brady announced his retirement after a remarkable 23-year career, which is regarded by many as the greatest in the sport's history. 

Brady's achievements are highlighted by a record seven Super Bowl Rings. Tom Brady made the announcement of his retirement via a 53-second video on his social media platforms.

This marks his second consecutive retirement on February 1st, as he previously retired last spring before deciding to return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. However, he has stated that this time, the decision is final.

Brady retires as the NFL's all-time record-holder in several categories, including passing touchdowns, passing yards, and Super Bowl Most Valuable Player awards.

Tom Brady's 23-season career: - 7x Super Bowl Champion - 5x Super Bowl MVP - 3x League MVP - 89,214 regular season passing yards (1st all time) - 649 regular season TDs (1st all time) - 13,400 Playoff passing yards (1st all time) - 88 playoff TDs (1st all time) (Source: @NFL - Twitter)

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Tom Brady was drafted by the New England Patriots in the 2000 NFL draft with the 199th overall pick. He led the team to their first championship in his first year as a starting quarterback.

Tom  Brady went on to win five more Super Bowls in his 18-year stint with the team. Brady then joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020 and won the Super Bowl in his first season there.

In 2022, he experienced a subpar season with his worst quarterback rating since 2006.

It is currently unknown when Tom Brady will join Fox Sports' NFL coverage team. The network signed Brady to a reported $375 million contract in the spring of 2022.