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“This might be his last season”: Rob Ninkovich makes shocking claim about Tom Brady ahead of the Bucs vs Rams game

Superstar quarterback Tom Brady's former teammate Rob Ninkovich made a shocking comment regarding Tom Brady's retirement.

Tom Brady

Tom Brady is one of the biggest superstars in the world of the NFL. Despite all the off-field stuff that happened regarding Antonio Brown, Brady kept his team together and has led them from the front. Often regarded as the greatest quarterback of all time, Tom is looking for back-to-back Super Bowl wins with the Bucs.

In the Wild Card playoff game against the Eagles, Brady and Co were simply too good for the opposition. They have all the arsenal required to guide the team to the ultimate glory. In their next playoff game, the Bucs will take on the Rams, and a lot of speculations about how this game will impact Brady have started surfacing.

“It wouldn’t shock me”: Rob on the possibility of Brady’s retirement after the Sunday game

Tom Brady

Tom Brady continues to astonish the whole world. The legendary quarterback is 44 years old and is still making records and bamboozling oppositions with his gameplay. However, his former Patriots teammate Rob Ninkovich, who also won a Super Bowl alongside him believes that this season might be Brady’s last.

Ninkovich made the sensational claim on ESPN’s “Get Up”. He said that if the Bucs fail to get past the Rams in the divisional playoff clash then Tom Brady might decide to put an end to his career as a QB. “It wouldn’t surprise me if Tom just kind of walked away and do whatever he wants to do,” the former Patriots linebacker said.

It wouldn’t shock me,” he added talking about the possibility of Tom’s retirement after the contest on Sunday. Brady on the other hand has claimed that he is good to rule the field till he is 50. The football world wants to see more and more of Brady but it will be interesting to see Rob’s claim turn out to be true if the Bucs end up faltering against the Rams.

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