It is very simple to say at the age of 45 Tom Brady will not leave the NFL team Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he is an iconic play of the Buccaneers team, and I am not talking, that the team and Cris Carter, a wide receiver in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the concern.
Tom Brady is the very oldest NFL player who continues his carrier in the NFL.
Earlier this week, on the Up & Adams show, Carter shared a memory from the night before Super Bowl LV in Tampa, in which Brady and the Buccaneers defeated the Chiefs.
Also, he was concerned about the meets Brady’s father, and speak about his son would not be able to leave the game when the time came.
And Tom Brady’s Father is talking “ the only thing he’s worried about is the kid won’t go home,” Carter said, ‘The kid is outside still playing and he won’t come in. It’s raining, everything, I’m only afraid the kid won’t stop playing even if he wins.’ He won that game, and he’s still playing.”
Brady Should the fifth Super Bowl championship and the fifth MVP award in that game. He is one of the players on the team leading the NFL in passing yards and touchdowns before the second in the MVP voting
In that show, Carter also describes how a player makes his challenging carrion in NFL football and adjusts their life on a football field.
So this is the big problem. NFL is a drug for the NFL player, there is no office job, no relationship, no family, and no partnership. In our team, we have a great player like Tom Brady, Carter said.
When the topic is come” how Brady’s career will eventually come to an end”, First Carter assumes then answering “it would look similar to every other great player reaching the point where they’re no longer able to perform like they used to.”
Also, he gives a Michael Strahan example
“Everyone remembers Michael Strahan walking off, everyone remembers Ray Lewis walking off. But the truth of the matter is they couldn’t play anymore. Their bodies were wrecked and everything,” Carter said. “If they could, they could keep going. Tom is healthy enough to continue going, but there is no exit strategy. His career will end just like Dan Marino, it will end just like Joe Montana, and it will end just like Walter Payton. Everybody’s still wanting another drink at the cup, but realizing, ‘Man, the time has passed me by.”
And like this, the podcast show is ending.