There's no doubt about it, Tom Brady is in fantastic shape. He seems years younger than he really is. The seven time Super Bowl champ is 44 years old, and he's still on his game. And if he has his way he'll still be playing for many years to come, although his wife Gisele Bundchen may have something to say about that. She wanted him to retire back when he played for New England.
The former Patriots quarterback, now with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, lead his team to a season opening win against the Cowboys last week, so now he's saying he thinks he can play until he's 50!
Yesterday he sat down with his Buccaneers teammate Rob Gronkowski for a Buccaneers YouTube show called "Google It: Tommy and Gronky" with teammate Rob Gronkowski. They took a look at fans' most Googled questions, and one was "Can Tom Brady play until 50 years old?" To that the GOAT said, "I think I can, I think it is a yes. . . . Fifty. I don't find it so difficult. Plus, in Florida, it's kind of a retiree state."
Tom Brady isn't the oldest quarterback ever to play in the NFL...yet. That honor goes to George Blanda, who played for the Oakland Raiders, the Chicago Bears, the Houston Oilers and the Baltimore Colts. He played until the ripe old age of 48 before retiring in 1976, so Tommy has a little ways to go to beat that record.