Tom Brady declared that he would not retire from the NFL, even if it meant jeopardizing his marriage to Gisele Bundchen.
Brady and Bundchen have not commented directly on the status of their marriage. However, the NFL star recently said he would not leave the league and retire.
During his appearance on the latest episode of his podcast, “Let’s Go! With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald, and Jim Gray,” the 45-year-old athlete spoke out about not having to leave the field despite a difficult season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Fans assumed he would not retire anytime soon as a result.
“I don’t think you’re flying high after four out of five losses. It would be, I would say, very naive to think, man, we’re ridiculously confident, and we haven’t done things at a high level.”
He also expressed how much he still enjoys playing, telling viewers that he would not give up despite the challenges that the “hard sport” has presented them with.
Radar Online received information from sources who revealed that Brady had been working hard to save their marriage. He reportedly stopped attempting to mend his relationship with the model.
Earlier in the podcast, he informed his co-hosts that he would not be retiring soon. He also stated that he had already abandoned his previous plan after committing to the team and organization.
Brady’s main goal in life is to keep fighting as hard as he can and to improve.
His subsequent statements indicated that he would continue his career even if he lost Bundchen.
Brady’s statement echoed his recent actions, which alarmed his fans. He was seen without his wedding ring earlier this month for the first time.
Bundchen, on the other hand, did the same thing before the 2022 FIFA World Cup commercial was released.
Amid the marital woes, it was revealed that Bundchen had brought up divorce talks in previous years because she wanted him to leave football because she was afraid he would develop CTE. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the condition occurs when a person sustains multiple head injuries, eventually leading to memory loss or even death.