Despite being 42 years old, it’s hard to tell when Tom Brady will actually retire. The six-time champion continues to defy the odds while also adding more accomplishments to his resume.
While Brady has put together an incredible legacy for the game of football, he doesn’t have any plans of hanging around once his playing days are over.
Following Thursday’s joint practice between New England and Tennessee, reporters asked Brady if he’d face off against Mike Vrabel on the sidelines one day.
It would be fun to see Brady go from player to coach, but he clearly isn’t interested in remaining on an NFL sideline after he retires.
Brady quickly shot down the idea of him coaching in the future.
From NBC Sports:
“Oh hell no, I’m never coaching. Playing is enough for me.”
This isn’t a surprising response from Brady. He can spend more time with his wife and kids once his career is over.
Brady most likely would be a smart coach when you take all his experience into consideration.
In the meantime, Brady is preparing to make a run toward his seventh championship ring. The Patriots will be contenders as usual in the AFC, especially with their veteran quarterback under center for his 20th season.