Tom Brady Says He's Not Quitting Mid-Season, 'No Retirement In Future'

Tom Brady isn’t about to give up and quit on the Buccaneers … and the Tampa Bay quarterback finds it pretty comical to think otherwise — laughing off the notion and saying he has no immediate plans to retire.

TB12 was asked about whether he was considering hanging it up mid-season during media availability on Thursday … which wasn’t really a thing until the guys on “PFT Live” had a hypothetical conversation about the topic earlier this week.

Despite no real reason to believe Brady was thinking about leaving the sport behind, he answered the question … but with some humor.

“That’s really why I’m here. I’m here to announce finally … you guys pushed me to the brink,” Brady joked before getting serious.

“I love the sport, and I love the teammates,” Brady said. “And I want to go do a great job for this team like I always have. No retirement in my future.”

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Even the reporter knew the idea was pretty “crazy” … but Brady’s comment should put any speculation to rest.

Some may dissect Brady’s “no retirement in my future” comment and think this means he’s not retiring after this season — even with football ruining his marriage to Gisele Bundchen — but in the whole context, it appears he’s really only responding to the immediate future.

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