Legendary QB Officially Files Retirement Papers, Eligible For 2028 Hall Of Fame

Last season, many people believed they'd seen the last of Tom Brady in the NFL, but after just a few weeks, he reversed his decision and return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which left many people questioning the validity of his retirement this off-season.

Yesterday however, Brady officially filed his retirement paperwork, meaning a return in 2023 is now unlikely, and with a media deal with Fox kicking in for the 2024 season, we may not be done with Brady, but it appears his time on the field is done.

Now, Brady becomes eligible for the 2028 Pro Football Hall of Fame, where he will undoubtedly be a first-ballot entrant, and will enter as the greatest player to ever step foot on a field, and is finally done after 23 years, 7 Super Bowls and an incredible amount of accomplishments.

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