NFL News: Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Reveals Tom Brady Wants To Play 6-7 More Seasons At NFL
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Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots celebrates with owner Robert Kraft in the locker room after defeating the Atlanta Falcons during Super Bowl 51 at NRG Stadium on February 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas. The Patriots defeated the Falcons 34-28. (Photo : Kevin C. Cox/GettyImages)
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has revealed something that will embrace the feelings of supporters. Just as when the fans were thinking that Tom Brady’s career is all but over or maximum one more year, Kraft came up with a news that Brady might not retire as soon as everyone thought of.
Brady, the 39-year old Patriots’ quarterback won’t play forever but sure he is confident that he will continue to take part in the game for another 6-7 season in the NFL. Kraft revealed this news after having a conversation with Brady and the owner was confident of the fact that Brady will bring more Super Bowl wins for the Patriots.
One should say Brady is honest about his opinions with his owner, revealing the accurate amount of 6-7 years implies the honesty and dedication for a particular period of time to the team. After that comeback win over Falcons in the Super Bowl, Brady revealed he would like to play till the mid-40s, but now an accurate figure of around 7 years reveals his will to play and win.
If we consider 6 more years for Brady, then he will retire around 2022 at the age of 45, Kraft said he and the whole Patriots team will be thrilled to see him playing for that long just because of the will to win the player has.
In the whole history of NFL, only two quarterbacks Brett Favre and Warren Moon as played after the age of 40. Coincidently, Favre’s best season at NFL came at the age of 40 for the Vikings when he threw 33 touchdown passes and pushed his team to the NFL title game. Moon also had one of his decent seasons at the age of 41 with 25 touchdown passes for the Seahawks back in 1997.
Favre and Moon are only the two quarterbacks in NFL history who threw more than 20 touchdown passes, a stat that will encourage Brady to go on with his career and help his team win more significant matches.
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