Tom Brady discusses his love for football, moment he definitely retires

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Tom Brady discusses his love for football, moment he definitely retires

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady said he fell in love with football when he was a little kid and 40 years later he still loves and enjoys playing the game. Brady retired from football after the 2021 season but he was just retired for 40 days.

After returning to football, Brady made it clear he is focused on the 2022 season and won't look beyond for now. Last month, Brady signed a deal to join FOX Sports as the lead football analyst once his career is over.

This week, Brady was asked if he could happy away from football or will it define him for the rest of his life. Brady will always love the game but he feels he will be okay when he decides to retire from professional football.

"I fell in love with this sport when I was a young kid, and I still think there's a great love for it. I think I always will, unfortunately," Brady said. "Beyond it -- I'm going to stay in football now, it's pretty clear.

So, that'll be fun. I look forward to whenever that happens and whenever I decide to make that decision and retire -- I think there's a lot of things about me not ending up, kind of, having a normal offseason. I got to figure out what it would look like, which was really interesting to me.

It should be a smoother transition than I would have thought."

Brady wants an eighth Super Bowl

After leaving the New England Patriots, Brady led the Buccaneers to a Super Bowl victory in 2020. No player has more Super Bowls than Brady as the 44-year-old came back to football partly because he felt he has unfinished business with the Buccaneers.

"We've still got a lot to accomplish," Brady said. "I've got a long life ahead and there's a lot of fun things to do ahead; I'm looking forward to what's ahead in football, but at the same time -- none of us are promised much beyond what we have now.

This is the current moment, and I'm really excited about going out there to try to compete and win a championship."