Apparently, The Bucs Want TB12 To Play In to His Golden Years
Truly, how long could he play?
This comes as no surprise to me that the Buccaneers want to extend Tom Brady's contract beyond the deal that he currently has through the 2021 season, according to an ESPN report. This guy took the TAMPA FLIPPIN' BUCANEERS all the way to the Superbowl and they actually won the game. It was, once again, a story that people will be talking about for a long, long time.
If you think about how adversity really inspires Tom, you'll probably guess that if Tampa Bay wants him, he'll sign on given the amount of people who are STILL saying that there's no way he'd be able to do it. He's always said that he wants to play until he's 45 anyway, which means he could play through at least through the 2022 season, maybe beyond as he said during this recent interview with Sports Illustrated:
It's come to the point in Tom's career now that you really have a CHOICE in which incredible come back story you want to refer to. I'm thinking of the Hollywood movie directors who could not only make a movie out of what he's done in his career, but they would be able to choose what inhumanly possible TB12 has made happen. He is an incredible human being.
Also, NBC sports wrote an article about how Tom affected the team. The article quotes Wide Receiver Chris Godwin as saying:
The history of the team kind of creeps into your mind. You go into games as a competitor like, ‘Yeah we can win this.’ But you’re really just hoping to win. But this year we approached every single game like, ‘We're damn sure can win this game.’ There’s no reason why we couldn’t.
I swear, Tom Brady is such a gift to all of humanity. Seriously love his approach to life!! He is the one man that I can openly say how much I love him and my husband doesn't get offended. As a matter of fact, he agrees and then we burst in to tears together with overflowing love for that man. HAHA!!
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