“I like staying busy,” Tom Brady sparks NFL comeback rumours with cryptic statement

Tom Brady
Tom Brady

Tom Brady announced his retirement on the 1st of February from the NFL after a record-breaking 22 seasons. Ever since he made his announcement, there has been widespread speculation regarding when he will come out of retirement to make an appearance on the pitch.

Tom Brady himself hasn’t ruled out the possibility of him making a comeback, giving cryptic responses to interviewers whenever he was quizzed on the subject. NFL analysts and followers even had theories that Tom Brady only announced the retirement to get out of his contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, after an unsuccessful playoff run with the franchise.

Tom Brady does not have a clear view of what the future holds for him at the moment

Tom Brady
Tom Brady

Brady, who was playing in the exclusive Seminole Pro-Member as the member, was asked by SiriusXM’s Taylor Zarzour if the radio was “his only job” at the moment, to which the 45-year old quarterback gave a cryptic response.

“I tell you, I wish I had a clear vision of what the future holds,” said Brady. “I think for me, there’s a lot of great things and a lot of great opportunities that I know I said right after football season. I was looking forward to spending time with my family. And I’ve done that the last five weeks. And I know there’ll be a lot more of that, too. “

“So, you know, I like staying busy, that’s for sure. I played a little bit of golf and I’m actually gonna see my parents tonight, which will be a real highlight for me on their turf. I’ll be sleeping in the same bed I slept at when I was a kid.”

“I don’t think my mom knows I’m coming home yet. So it’s just between my dad and me, it is a little bit of a surprise. So looking forward to that, looking forward to some golf in the next few days and some more family time, and then we’ll figure out where we go from there.” 

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