“He set a goal “- Nick Wright has some special observations about Tom Brady’s retirement speculations

Nick Wright speaks up about the future of Tom Brady

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Tom Brady

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers led by Tom Brady were knocked out by the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Divisional Round game which crushed all the dreams of returning to the Super Bowl of all the people associated with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Tom Brady’s future is now uncertain as, during his postgame conference, Brady did not make it clear whether he will come back to play again or not and said He will take time and then come up with a decision in the off-season.

Famous FOX Sports Analyst Nick Wright gave his views about Brady’s future and said, “If he wants to play, he should play because it’s what he wants to do.”

“It’s about what he wants”- Nick Wright on Tom Brady’s decision

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Nick Wright on First Things First said, “Brady is 44 years old. He set a goal — ‘I want to play until I’m 45.’ He’s one year away.”, He further added, “If he wants to play, he should play because it’s what he wants to do.”

Nick Wright further added, “Tom Brady whenever he retires will retire younger than 99.9% of people who ever lived.”, He said, “I don’t like when athletes feel pressure to stop what they love because of their family.”

He is not like an absentee father, He is around them usually and also during the off-season.”- Nick Wright

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He added, Tom Brady set a goal of playing till 45 and he is just one year but now he is getting pressurized by the people who he really loves and cares about.”

Nick Wright said, “If he wants to play then Brady should play because that’s what he wants to do.”

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It will be interesting to see how the future for Tampa Bay Buccaneers plays out if Brady decides to retire as that will lead to an overhaul change for the franchise.

On the other hand, the Los Angeles Rams after defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will now face the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game at SoFi Stadium as both the teams look to cross the final hurdle on the road to Super Bowl.

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