Written by Giavanna Foster

In retrospect, Tom Brady has built an outstanding legacy as a pro football player. Here’s the scoop:

Over the span of 22 seasons, Tom Brady has established himself as a star quarterback who has raised the bar by setting new uncharted records of great magnitude. With ten Super Bowl appearances, Brady has earned the most career quarterback wins in history. Brady has also earned 243 career quarterback wins, and 35 quarterback playoff wins. He is also a five-time Super Bowl MVP and five-time NFL passing touchdowns leader. Brady has secured seven Super Bowl victories: XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLIX, LI, LIII, and LV (in 2021). Brady also holds the all-time record for being invited to fifteen Pro Bowls.

Tom Brady voiced, “Our family is my greatest achievement.”

Sportswriters, coaches, players, and fans believe Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Brady played college football for four years while also investing his time into studying business and economics. Pursuing higher education created more opportunities for Brady, as he was drafted in the Patriots shortly after graduating from college. He also became one of the youngest players to win a Super Bowl game. As Brady received his trophy at Super Bowl LV, his three children stood near him: John (“Jack”), Benjamin, and Vivian. Now, Tom Brady is expanding his horizons and he tweeted some of his future plans

Tom Brady shared, “I am not going to make that competitive commitment anymore. I have loved my NFL career, and now it is time to focus my time and energy on other things that require my attention…”

Tom Brady announced his retirement from football on Instagram:

Tom Brady’s wife, Gisele Bündchen, also shared her thoughts about his retirement:

Tom Brady’s legendary record-breaking career is an inspiring success story. It exemplifies how enthusiastic dedication, education, hard work, and persistence creates opportunities to succeed with a long-term career and build an outstanding legacy. In 2027, the unstoppable Tom Brady will be eligible for induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Stay tuned for more updates.