Former All-Pro TE feels Tom Brady's career not over until he gets to 10 Super Bowls

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Former All-Pro TE feels Tom Brady's career not over until he gets to 10 Super Bowls

Former Second-Team All-Pro tight end Greg Olsen thinks Tom Brady wants to get to 10 Super Bowl. Brady, who will turn 45 before the new season begins, is a seven-time Super Bowl champion and no player has more Super Bowl rings than him.

After winning six Super Bowl rings with the New England Patriots, Brady left his old team to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020. In his first year in Tampa Bay, Brady won his seventh Super Bowl ring. Last season, the Buccaneers failed to repeat as Super Bowl champions after losing to the Los Angeles Rams in the divisional round.

Brady retired after the Buccaneers' season ended but 40 days later changed his mind and announced he would play in 2022. "I don't think Tom's career is over until he gets 10 Super Bowls," Olsen told ESPN in jest.

"I think anything less than that would be selling himself short, so if I was him, I'd go for 10."

Brady has 'unfinished business' with the Buccaneers

In his unretirement message, Brady underlined that he "has unfinished business" with the Buccaneers.

Many believed that Brady would not stay retired for too long and that turned out to be correct. Recently, Brady was asked about his decision to retire and then unretire shortly after. "It's very easy when you're 25 to know what you want to do next year," Brady said.

"It's very challenging when you're 43 or 44 because there's other things that are pressing and other things that are really important in your life, like your kids and your wife and different relationships, things that have always taken a back seat to football.

I think that's just how it's gone for me. It's challenging, and I've got to work at those things." The Buccaneers have one of the most talented teams in the NFL and they are considered as a Super Bowl contender heading into the 2022 season.