Tom Brady talks retirement plans: will he be playing in 2018?

New England Patriots star Tom Brady makes retirement revelation after shocking Super Bowl loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.

Brittany King

Don't count him out just yet. Tom Brady, who has five Super Bowl victories under his belt, suffered his third defeat in the championship game, losing the ball on a strip sack at a crucial moment that resulted in the Philadelphia Eagles' 41-33 victory. 


So, is the 40-year-old finally hanging up his jersey? Not a chance.

You're gonna see me playing football next year. I don't envision not playing.

"You're gonna see me playing football next year. I don't envision not playing," Brady told Westwood One, per, after Sunday's big loss. "You're at the end of the race but you've got your biggest mountain to climb right at the end."


"Hopefully all the lessons we've learned have allowed us to be at our very best for this moment and that's what its going to take and thats what were prepared for and that's what I go out and expect our team to do," he added. 


Brady was also caught telling his wife, Gisele Bundchen, that he wanted to win "two more Super Bowls" in the latest episode of the docu-series "Tom vs. Time," which aired Sunday on Facebook.

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