Tom Brady may never retire.
The arguable greatest quarterback of all-time said a few years ago that he would play until he’s 45-years-old and it looks like he wasn’t kidding.
Coming off his seventh Super Bowl win, Brady is signing a 4-year extension with the Buccaneers that locks him in Tampa through at least 2022.
Like many of Brady’s extensions, it saves his team money in the now in order to allow management to build around him. The new contract will save the Bucs $19 million against the cap this upcoming year allowing the Bucs to stay as much as they can together in hopes of another Super Bowl run and Lombardi Trophy next season.