Whether you like him or not, Tom Brady is the most successful quarterback in NFL history.
ESPN sources claim that after months of speculations, Tom Brady, 44, is, retiring.
According to the same sources, the reasons are simple: his health and family.
The father of three said he never wanted a "farewell season" and did not want any drama about his decision to retire.
Tom Brady won seven Super Bowls and became a household name while playing for New England Patriots from 2001 to 2019.
It is unknown when he will confirm the decision, but many predict it will be after this year's Super Bowl.
His career, which is still ongoing, spans from Foxboro to Tampa to Canton in three different decades.
Brady recently said he was "satisfied" with his career, and speaking of his retirement, stated, "I'll know when I know."
With his wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, and the children, the Brady family is making a home in South Florida just north of Miami.
This postseason, Brady will become the second future Hall of Fame quarterback to call it a career. Last week, former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger announced his retirement.
Several hours after the news broke, Tom Brady's father denied his son's retirement, saying it is an online fabrication.