Tom Brady Responds To Retirement Talk After New England Patriots' Playoff Defeat
Tom Brady thinks it's "pretty unlikely" he will retire this summer after New England Patriots were dumped out of the playoffs by Tennessee Titans.
The 42-year-old saw his hopes of reaching a fourth straight Super Bowl end as the Titans won 20-13 in the AFC Wild Card Round at Gillette Stadium.
Brady has won six Super Bowls having guided the Patriots to the NFL's showpiece season finale an incredible nine times in his legendary 20-year career.
But this season he's showed signs that the years may finally be catching up with him and this summer he's a free agent for the first time in his career.
New England's season coming to an end led to inevitable questions over Brady's future after the game.
Brady responded: "I don't know what's going to happen. No-one needs to make choices at this point.
"I love playing football. I've loved playing for this team for two decades and winning a lot of games.
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"I don't know what it looks like moving forward, so we'll just take it day by day."
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Derrick Henry rushed for 182 yards in Tennessee's victory over the Patriots on Saturday night.
Former New England defender Logan Ryan sealed the win with a pick-6 in the dying moments.
Tennessee advanced to a Divisional Round against the No 1 seed Baltimore Ravens next week.
Houston Texans, meanwhile, edged out Buffalo Bills 22-19 in overtime to set up a meeting with Kansas City Chiefs.
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