Sorry Bills fans, it appears the AFC East will have to deal with Tom Brady for a couple more years.
Speaking Sunday, a week ahead of the Super Bowl match-up between the Pats and Rams (which by the way will air on News 8), Brady told reporters there was “zero” change he’ll retire after the game.
In a radio interview Monday morning, Brady reaffirmed that statement, telling WEEI, that he wants to keep playing until he feels “like I had enough.” But, he adds, “That’s not, in my view, this year, the next year, the year after that.”
Super Bowl 53 kicks off at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday. Again, in Rochester, you can only watch that live on News 8.