Tom Brady with Tony Romo: 'I've always said mid-40's so I feel like I'm kind of stuck to that'

Rob Bradford
February 03, 2019 - 5:53 pm

It wasn't a revelation, but anytime Tom Brady talks about his future it is usually at least somewhat newsworthy.

In an interview with Tony Romo leading into CBS' broadcast of the Super Bowl, Tom Brady elaborated on why he intends to keep playing into his mid-40's.

"I've always said mid-40's so I feel like I'm kind of stuck to that," Brady said. "I just love it. I still do. It just doesn't get old. ... I feel like when you're in the locker room it's like you're a kid. You're a 14 or 15-year-old kid. You never grow up. You never have to grow up."

Brady went on to explain how he wouldn't want to play for another coach other than Bill Belichick, and how he has adjusted to the different talents that have been cycled through the Patriots' offense over the years.

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