Stellar quarterback Tom Brady remains the center of attention in the days leading up to the 52nd Super Bowl and this time with statements made by New England Patriots team president Jonathan Kraft, who said that the exit of the star pin will be given when the player decides it.
Jonathan Kraft, who was with his father Robert, talked about Brady’s future during an interview with the NFL Network.
“I think Brady has earned the right to make that decision when he wants to,” admitted Jonathan Kraft to Andrea Kremer, when asked if he could imagine a scenario in which he would have to tell the star marshal that it was time to retire.
For his part, Robert Kraft added: “Our intention is that we have the best people in their respective positions and we keep them here for a long time.”
On the inaugural night of Super Bowl LII, dedicated to chatting with the hundreds of journalists covering the great sporting event of the year in the United States, Brady, who had commented that he expects to play until he was 40, repeated the same thing from the past.
“I would not be playing if I did not see that I help the team,” said Brady. “I also have to admit that the whole year 2017 has been very fun and positive, which means that I love to stay active.”
He proved it throughout the regular season by becoming the leader of the National Football League (NFL) with 4,577 yards won with his passes.
Brady’s contract runs until the end of the 2019 season, which means he’ll be at least one more season with the Patriots.
After having already achieved five Super Bowl titles and participated in seven will seek the sixth in the eighth that will play next Sunday at U.S. Minneapolis Bank Stadium when the Patriots, American Conference (AFC) champions face the Philadelphia Eagles of the National (NFC).
Brady, who has been 18 years as a professional, was chosen by the Patriots with the number 199 of the sixth round of the 2000 college draw, is four days away from becoming the player, who is not a kicker, of the oldest NFL that He has participated in a Super Bowl game.