“Why does everyone want me to retire so bad?” Brady asked.
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is not thinking about retirement but for everyone else preparing for Sunday's Super Bowl it seems to be something they are pondering.It was the first question put to the 40-year-old Brady at Wednesday's media session but certainly not the first time it had been asked this week.Statistically there certainly would seem to be no good reason for Brady to quit.He led the NFL in passing yards this season with 4,577 while his 32 touchdown passes ranked third behind the Seattle Seahawks' Russell Wilson (34) and Philadelphia Eagles' Carson Wentz (34).
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