Tom Brady created headlines Sunday when he conceded retirement is coming sooner rather than later. Of course it is. He turns 41 in August.
But for anyone thinking the Patriots quarterback might consider retirement after this year, Brady has news for you.
After ESPN posted Brady’s comments to Oprah Winfrey in an Instagram post, with http://www.officialhockeyknightsshop.com/Jake-Bischoff-Jersey-Adidas the caption Tom Brady says he’s still motivated to keep playing, but he knows he can’t play forever, Brady responded in the comments section. Brady’s verified account, tombrady, posted: cuarenta y cinco, which means 45 in Spanish.
He followed that with three monkey emojis: see no evil; hear no evil; speak no evil.
Winslow’s attorney released a statement saying he emphatically denies committing any burglary. He would have no need to burglarize or steal anything from anyone at a trailer park.
The former Jet has a court appearance scheduled for Monday.
The lawsuit also alleges that Wilkins had a standard pay rate of $8 per hours, and that the team’s male mascot made $25 per hour.
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