Tom Brady's Retirement Admission Gets Response From NFL World

Tom Brady left the National Football League once before. The 45-year-old quarterback had already announced his retirement from the sport, but he later decided to play at least one

more season for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.The quarterback who has won seven Super Bowls is unsure of his exact retirement date. He has, however, already taken a significant action

towards that retirement.That will be it once Brady retires yet again.On his podcast with Jim Gray, Brady said, "Well, I think next time I decide to retire, that's it for me, so

whenever that day comes, we'll work it out."Brady continued, "I think what I really discovered last year was you had to be really sure to accomplish that. "And for me, you know,

a lot of people have kind of gone through this circumstance... When that moment does arrive, I'm going to take my time.Fans of the NFL are unsure about when Brady will retire.

"Someday, Tom Brady will retire from the NFL -- and stay retired. Just don't count on it happening anytime soon," One supporter wrote.

"Normally when people retire they sit at home until death. Dudes only 45. I say we let Tom Brady live," added one fan.

One supporter predicted, "Tom Brady will either retire or be a 49er next year.""Tom Brady needs to retire. We need a new O-line. This bucs defense is flying around, stopping plays,

still playing good football for the most part. This team will go one and done in the playoffs," Another supporter wrote.