Tom Brady on retirement: The end is coming ‘sooner rather than later’

One of the most talked about storylines this offseason has been on Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his future.
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With some speculation of retirement, his absence from voluntary OTAs and then his return for the team’s mandatory minicamp, Brady has been at the center of questions about how much longer he will play the game.

Brady will be 41 when the 2018-19 season starts, so there’s no doubt after 18 years in the NFL, Brady is nearing Walt Frazier Jersey the end.

In the aftermath of the fight, White offered Hardy a UFC contract that the former NFL defensive end accepted.

When asked about the controversy surrounding Hardy after his fight, White told ESPN, Opponents are going to call him a woman beater and that’s going to follow him for the rest of his life. You don’t shake that. That stays with you forever.

The guy paid his dues, he hit rock bottom and built himself back up. The guy’s out there just trying to make a life and a living.

People make mistakes, people always make mistakes, and the thing about making mistakes is, how do you recover from that? How do you act after you’ve done something bad?

There is always room for improvement (but) I obviously believe I can go out and play right now, Lynch told The Denver Post. But that’s not my job right now. Case is the guy and I’m doing everything I can to make the team better and make myself better. I’m obviously confident in my abilities and what I can do. I’m hanging my hat on that and I’ll be ready.

Lynch isn’t competing for the starting job for Tress Way Jersey the first time in his three NFL seasons after the Broncos signed Keenum as a free agent in March. He had not talked publicly about the team’s acquisition of Keenum until last week but made it clear he doesn’t hold any hard feelings toward his replacement and is eager to learn from him.

I was really excited, actually, when we got Case for the fact he’s a veteran guy who’s been through it a little bit and had his ups and downs, Lynch said. The way he carries himself and handles himself – he’s a pro and that only benefits me and the other guys in the locker room and the other guys in the quarterback room.