Tom Brady may have retired from the NFL, but his sporting career is far from over. Get EXCLUSIVE information on what the ‘GOAT’ has in store for the future.
Tom Brady, 44, has announced his retirement from football after dominating the league for 22 years. However, the famous athlete, dubbed the «GOAT» by many, has big ambitions for the future.
«It’s still early to tell what Tom wants to do now that he’s retired,» a source close to Tom told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY, «but if he was leaning towards anything career-wise, he’d be going towards a post-career like Peyton Manning.» «I’m going to do some fun advertisements and maybe some fun NFL shows.»
«He also wants to get into ownership and would want to own a franchise, whether it’s in the NFL or not,» the source continued. He is interested in producing things for cinema and television in Hollywood.» But, unlike former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, Tom will not pursue a career in sports broadcasting following his retirement.
«I don’t really have any excitement to commentate or be on a panel at this moment,» the insider said. So don’t expect him to be the next Tony Romo. He wants to do more than just commentate, and he’ll have plenty of opportunities in the future.»
«I’m looking forward to figuring out» his post-retirement plans, according to our source, «combined with just being a family man.» Gisele Bundchen, 41, is his wife, and his children are Jack, 14 (whom he has with ex Bridget Moynahan), Benjamin, 12, and Vivian, 9. They’ll be able to spend more time with Tom now that he’s retired. We attempted to contact Tom’s representative for comment but have yet to receive a response.
Tom was a member of the New England Patriots from 2000 to 2019, winning six Super Bowls with the team. He spent his final two seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he won another Super Bowl in 2021. Tom claimed he’d «done a lot of reflecting» and asked himself «tough questions» before making the momentous choice to quit the NFL in his retirement statement.
He stated on Instagram, «I have cherished my NFL career, but now it is time to focus my time and energy on other things that deserve my attention.» Tom also made particular mentions of his Buccaneers teammates, devoted fans, rivals, and, last but not least, his family.