Brady has one year left on his $25.4 million contract
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TAMPA BAY, FLORIDA (NFL) – Every year at this time, Tom Brady fields questions about retirement. Playing deep into his 40s, it’s to be expected.
Is it a little different this time?
According to a source close to Brady, the public chatter about Brady’s potential retirement at age 44 is, at least, an issue to be concerned about and paid attention to. And no one has swatted it down.
It is possible.
Public speculation about Brady’s future kicked into high gear this past Wednesday, with an old friend and teammate Rob Ninkovich opining on ESPN’s “Get Up” that he wouldn’t be surprised if Brady retired.
NFL Network’s Willie McGinest — another former Patriots teammate — asked Brady during a one-on-one interview a week ago if the quarterback will have to set a new goal now that he’s approaching his target of playing until the age of 45.
Brady, who has one year left on his deal at $25.4 million, was noncommittal.
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