Tom Brady has yet again reiterated he intends to play well into his 40s, claiming he wants to spend another five years in the NFL. Throughout his career, the five-time Super Bowl winner has repeatedly discussed the possibility of playing well into his fifth decade, and has now put an exact number to that statement. “I would love to play five more years,” Brady said in the epilogue to his “Tom vs. Time” Facebook series. “It will be a challenge for me. I don’t think it’s going to be easy. It’s f*****g going to be hard to do. I think it’s going to be very hard to do. But I think I can do it.” Brady turned 41 in August, meaning another five seasons would see him turn 46 during training camp before embarking on his last campaign. In April, Brady’s commitment to play on was brought into question after it was revealed he had not yet committed to playing in 2018. The rumors were quickly quashed as Brady reported for training camp. He will again be leading the New England Patriots in this coming season. Despite a glittering career that has returned four Super Bowl MVP accolades and three… Read full this story
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