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Bills’ Jordan Boyer wants Tom Brady to retire with his kids

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Jordan Boyer gives Tom Brady some advice: Retire and spend time with your kids.

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During a recent edition of “The Jordan Poyer Podcast” with Volume Sports, the Bills safety said it was tough watching Buccaneers quarterback on Monday. The season-ending wild loss to the Cowboys — and urged Brady to call it a career.

“Tom, you know I love you, and I feel like I’ve been riding for you all year long,” Boyer said. “Early on, you go back on my podcast, and I said ‘You can’t count on Tom.’ … And sure enough, he’s made the playoffs. You’ve done everything you can do in this league. I understand you love this game. Go With your kids, man.

“I didn’t like watching that game. It was hard watching. I lost 27-0 in the first half (it was 18-0). He was defeated. You could see he was defeated. I still think he obviously knows everything about everything.” On and off football, but it takes 11 to play the game. Be with your kids, Tom. I appreciate everything you’ve done in this league. I got 2 pieces from you, one to the crib. He lost both matches. I’m 0-11 against you. Yes please go. Be with your kids, Tom. “

Brady W his ex-wife, Supermodel Gisele Bundchen I have two children togetherand daughter Vivian, 10, and 13-year-old son Benjamin. The quarterback also has a 15-year-old son Jack with former actress Bridget Moynahan.

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Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady throws a pass during the NFC Wild Card Playoff game against the Cowboys on January 16, 2023 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
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In October, Brady and Bundchen announced They are divorcing After 13 years of marriage — which came after Page Six was the first to report in September that they were dealing with military issues.

All eyes are on Brady now. 45 years old is Free agent For the second time in his career. The quarterback — who has been associated with the Dolphins, Raiders, Titans, and 49ers — could return to Tampa for the NFL’s 24th season, transfer his talents to another team, or retire for good.

After Monday’s game, Brady held a heartbreak Press Conferencein which he thanked the media for their support amid a challenging year and praised the Buccaneers – but made no hint of his future plans.

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen with their children after the Pirates' victory over the Chiefs in the Super Bowl on February 7, 2021.
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Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen with their children after the Pirates’ victory over the Chiefs in the Super Bowl on February 7, 2021.
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Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen attend the Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 6, 2019 in New York City.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen attend the Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 6, 2019 in New York City.
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I just want to say thank you guys for everything this year. Brady told reporters. “I really appreciate all your efforts. And I know it’s hard for you guys too. It’s hard for us guys to pull through, and you guys’ve got a tough job. I appreciate everything you guys do covering us and everyone watching who is a huge fan of the sport.”

“We are so grateful for everyone’s support. You know, I love this organization. It’s such an amazing place. Thank you all for making me welcome, all of you regulars. And I’m so grateful for the respect, and I hope I can give the same to you guys. Thank you so much.”

After leading the Buccaneers to a Super Bowl victory over the Chiefs in 2021, Brady retired briefly this past February — only to announce his return to the NFL 40 days later.

Bill's Safety Jordan Boyer on the Volume Sports Podcast January 18, 2023.
Bill’s Safety Jordan Boyer on the Volume Sports Podcast January 18, 2023.
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Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady walks off the court after losing to the Cowboys in the NFC Wild Card Playoff game at Raymond James Stadium on January 16, 2023 in Tampa, Florida.
Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady walks off the court after losing to the Cowboys in the NFC Wild Card Playoff game at Raymond James Stadium on January 16, 2023 in Tampa, Florida.
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It was one of Brady’s more challenging seasons on and off the field as he dealt with his divorce and an injury-plagued Buccaneers team, whose offense fell flat. Although they won the NFC South for the second consecutive season, their 8-9 record marked Brady’s first losing campaign in his career.

While Tampa Bay awaits Brady’s next move – on Wednesday, his former Patriots teammate Julian Edelman said If he returns for another season, “he won’t be in Tampa Bay” — he’s already taking steps to overhaul his offense. the team Offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich was fired Thursday.

When Brady decides to retire, he will have a job waiting for him with Fox Sports as its lead analyst. Andrew Marchand of The Washington Post reported last May that Brady signed on A 10-year, $375 million deal with Fox Sports.

The Bills will meet the Bengals in the AFC playoffs playoff game on Sunday.

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