NFL: the NFL planet reacts to the retirement of Tom Brady

Tom Bradyseven-time Super Bowl champion, announced his retirement for the second time in two years on Wednesday, but this time it’s “for good”, he assured. The NFL world reacted immediately to the departure of the legendary quarterback.

Here are some of the reactions gleaned here and there on social media.

The New England Patriots posted three goat-shaped emojis on Twitter, in reference to the term GOAT (Greatest of all time, editor’s note), to thank their former quarterback who led them to six Super Bowl titles.

Brady’s other team, the Buccaneers de Tampa Baythe club with which he spent the last three seasons and which he led to a Super Bowl title in 2020, also said β€œThank you” to the veteran.

The NFL followed the Patriots and Buccaneers on Twitter in thanking Brady for all of his accomplishments during his 23-year career.

J.J. Watt, who enjoyed a 12-year Hall of Fame-worthy NFL career before announcing his retirement in December, called Brady the “greatest of all time” without “no doubt, no debate.” “It was an honor and a privilege.”

β€œPS – The group of new retirees meets on the golf course every morning at 10 am. The new retiree pays for the drinks, so bring your wallet. Β»

The star quarterback Chiefs of Kansas City Patrick Mahomeswho lost to Brady in the 2020 Super Bowl as well as the 2018 AFC Championship game, posted a series of goat emojis on Twitter.

Brady’s former defensive back and longtime New England teammate Jason McCourty also thanked him on Twitter.

The Ravens de Baltimore for their part congratulated Brady on his career, taking note of their battles over the years.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame tweeted that 2028 would be a big year. Players can be admitted to the Hall of Fame five years after their retirement. Brady is guaranteed to enter in his first year of eligibility.

The former quarterback New York JetsMark Sanchez, posted on Twitter a series of goat-like emojis, as well as a congratulatory message and a series of photos from their many confrontations in the AFC East Division.

Warren Moon, a former Hall of Fame quarterback and CFL legend, tweeted his congratulations and said a β€œgolden jacket awaits him,” meaning a spot. at the Pantheon.


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