When Tom Brady announced his retirement from the NFL, it felt forced and not the way he wanted things to go.
So, when he announced his decision to end that retirement less than two months later, the football world wasn’t too surprised.
However, given the Tampa Bay Buccaneers rough start to the season, it’s fair to wonder if Brady would have liked to stay retired. That’s exactly what a reporter asked this week as the Buccaneers gear up for a battle against the Seattle Seahawks in Germany. Brady’s answer makes it clear he has no regrets.
“Zero. No. Definitely not,” he said. “I came back because I felt like I wanted to compete, spoke to the team about it and they were excited to have me back.
I don’t really regret those types of things.” Brady and the Buccaneers sit at 4-5 on the season with a chance to get back to .500 before their bye week.
Tom Brady on if he has any regrets about ending his retirement after 40 days this off-season. “Zero. No. Definitely not.” pic.twitter.com/Zw57r4EQ6y
— Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD) November 12, 2022
It won’t be easy, though. The Seahawks are arguably the most surprising team in the NFL and will give the Buccaneers everything they can handle.