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Tom Brady has officially retired from the NFL again | Brady retires one year from the last time he did

Tom Brady is leaving "all options on the table" regarding returning for 2023 season
Tom Brady is leaving “all options on the table” regarding returning for 2023 season

Tom Brady has retired from the NFL. Yes, Brady announced his retirement on February 1, 2022, but it did not last long.

Brady announced today that he is retiring. He even broke down in tears.

By far the winningest quarterback in NFL history, Brady has total of 285 wins split between 250 regular victories and 35 in the post season. Then, he also holds a . 755 winning percentage, which is the highest among NFL quarterbacks who have started 100 games.

Brady has a huge list of accomplishments:

Tom Brady regular season records

  • Games started (316)
  • Wins by a starting quarterback (243)
  • Passing yards (84,520)
  • Passing touchdowns (624)
  • Completions (7,263)
  • Touchdowns thrown to different receivers (82)
  • Division titles (18)
  • Pro Bowl appearances (15)
  • Oldest player to win NFL MVP (40 years old)
  • Oldest player to be named First-Team All-Pro (40 years old)
  • Seasons with one team (20, Patriots)
  • Only player to beat all 32 NFL teams

Tom Brady postseason records

  • Games started (47)
  • Wins by a starting quarterback (35)
  • Consecutive playoff wins (10, from 2001-2005)
  • Passing yards (13,049)
  • Passing yards in a game (505)
  • Passing touchdowns (86)
  • Interceptions (38)
  • Completions (1,165)
  • Multi-touchdown passing games (27)
  • Game-winning drives (14)
  • Conference championship appearances (14)
  • Conference championship wins (10)

Tom Brady Super Bowl records

  • Super Bowl appearances (10)
  • Super Bowl wins (7, more than any NFL franchise)
  • Super Bowl MVPs (5)
  • Touchdown passes (21)
  • Passing yards (3,039)
  • Completions (277)
  • Pass attempts (421)
  • Passing yards in a game (505)
  • Completions in a game (43)
  • Pass attempts in a game (62)
  • Game-winning drives (6)

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