Tom Brady addresses his retirement from the National Football League and “the possibility of eventually coming out of it”!

Earlier this month, the famous NFL player announced his retirement in a long sobby Instagram post before he appeared on the latest episode of  Let’s Go!.

On Monday, the 44-year-old 7 times Super Bowl champion addressed his retirement decision on Let’s Go! While talking to host Jim Gray, he said, “I’m just gonna take things as they come. I think that’s the best way to put it and I don’t think anything, you know, you never say never.”

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 “At the same time … I feel very good about my decision.  I don’t know how I’ll feel six months from now” he added.

 American footballer Tom Brady shared his wishes “to make the best possible decision I can in the moment, which I did this last week.”

“And, again, I think it’s not looking to reverse course, I’m definitely not looking to do that. But in the same time I think you have to be realistic that you never know what challenges there are gonna be in life,” said the champion. “Again, I loved playing. I’m looking forward to doing things other than playing. That’s as honest as I can be with you there, Jim.”

Brady revealed to the host how grateful he felt when he received “very humbled” recognition and tributes after his retirement post.

“I’m grateful for all the amazing relationships that I’ve had,” he continued. “What it means to me is I’ve impacted people’s lives and certainly they’ve impacted mine, too.”

The previous week, Brady publicly shared his retirement news from the NFL after almost 22 seasons.

A few days ago, Brady posted a picture of himself from a match with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, for which he wrote the caption, “I’ve done a lot of reflecting this past week and have asked myself difficult questions. And I am so proud of what we have achieved. My teammates, coaches, fellow competitors, and fans deserve 100% of me, but right now, it’s best I leave the field of play to the next generation of dedicated and committed athletes.”

It was “difficult for me to write,” and shared the retirement post, adding, “I am not going to make that competitive commitment anymore. I have loved my NFL career, and now it is time to focus my time and energy on other things that require my attention.” Brady began his NFL career with the New England Patriots back in 2000. He stayed with the team for straight 20 seasons, helping them win 6 Super Bowls. The football champion then played his last two seasons with the Buccaneers, striking his 7th Super Bowl win in 2021.