WWE interviewer Kayla Braxton recently took to her Instagram account and posted her picture and promoted the new movie, ’80 for Brady.’
I don’t know much about sports, but in the world of football, I’d say this look is a touchdown. See ya at the #80forBrady premiere tonight!
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NFL quarterback Tom Brady, who won seven Super Bowls and is widely considered the greatest quarterback in league history, said on Wednesday that he was retiring, a year after he made the same announcement only to change his mind weeks later.
“I am retiring for good,” Brady said in a 53-second video message that he posted on Twitter. “Thank you guys for allowing me to live my absolute dream.”
The 45-year-old Brady spent 20 seasons with the New England Patriots before relocating to Florida and leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a Super Bowl championship in 2021. He retired after last season but reversed course 40 days later and returned to the Buccaneers, leading them to the playoffs again in the current season before the team was eliminated by the Dallas Cowboys last week.
The northern California native is widely regarded as the best quarterback in league history. He appeared in a record 10 Super Bowls, winning the game seven times. He also won the Super Bowl MVP award five times and his 15 Pro Bowl selections are the most in league history. He was named the league’s most-valuable player three times.