Tom Brady insisted in February that he was retired «forever» after more than two decades and six Super Bowl championships between the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
However, as Brady prepares to join the Las Vegas Raiders ownership, rumors are swirling that he is seeking his second «retirement.» Soccer legend David Beckham threw kerosene on the fire on Tuesday.
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Businessman David Grutman posted a photo of himself talking to Brady while on his yacht in Sardinia, Italy. He captioned the photo, «Coffee talk.» Beckham had a different opinion.
«To be honest Tom seems a bit bored,» the former English soccer star wrote in the comments.
Former NHL star Tie Domi agreed with Beckham’s assessment.
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Brady, who did not appear to respond to Beckham, initially wrote that he was «ready for my hospitality internship.»
The legendary quarterback will become the third former player in NFL history to become a team owner if all 24 owners approve the deal. George Halas and Jerry Richardson were the others.
«We’re excited to have Tom join the Raiders, and it’s exciting because he will be the third player in National Football League history to become an owner,» Raiders team owner Mark Davis told ESPN. earlier this month.
Whether he plays in the NFL again remains to be seen.
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A league source told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that other owners may require a provision in their deal to be «fully retired.» Without the provision, Brady would also reportedly need approval from team owners to return anyway.
Associated Press contributed to this report.