Tom Brady reiterates his support for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, stating that he has never given up on anything in his life

After a difficult start, Tom Brady has reiterated his support for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

After a crushing loss to the Carolina Panthers, the Buccaneers fell to 3-4 for the year. Sideline’s outbursts recorded during recent games have shown Brady’s frustration and anger at times.

According to a source close, the 445-year-old retired in March and is currently going through marital issues. Gisele Bundchen and he both hired divorce lawyers earlier this month, according to a source.

Brady says that despite these setbacks, he is determined to continue fighting and doesn’t think about retiring.

“I stated last week that there’s no immediate retirement in my near future,” the quarterback said to Jim Gray, a sportscaster in his weekly ‘Let’s Go!’ podcast. It was released Monday.

“There was a time when I retired, but I have moved on. It’s not. I committed to this team and I love this team.

“I told them that I was playing in March. “But I have never given up on anything in my entire life.”

The seven-time Super Bowl champ had been previously ponderous about his future in football, suggesting that his second and possibly final retirement could be not far off.

It’s not the season that he would have chosen to be on, but it was a difficult season for someone who is driven and determined to win.

Tampa is getting worse.

The franchise is facing problems with its offensive weapons connections, its running game, and its porous offensive line.

ESPN reports that this is the first time since 2002 that Brady has lost seven games in an NFL season.

Brady stated that no one is happy about where they are at or how they’ve performed.

“We discussed execution the other day and it still comes up. We all need to do better at our jobs, I believe.

There is no other way. They want to stop us from doing our job. We are trying to do it. And they are doing a better job than us.

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