Tom Brady, a legend in the NFL, is 'anticipated' to finish his playing career permanently at the end of the current campaign.

The seven-time Super Bowl champion briefly left the league earlier this year and announced his retirement in February.

It was a legendary 22-year career that saw him break countless records and win numerous awards.

Although Brady had already cemented his position as the greatest NFL player of all time, he decided six weeks later that he wasn't quite ready to call it a day on his career.

After initially announcing his retirement, the quarterback shockingly changed his mind and joined the Buccaneers.

As he stepped up against the Dallas Cowboys yesterday, he became the oldest quarterback in NFL history to make a start.

Brady’s contract with the Buccaneers finishes up at the end of this season.

He’ll be hoping he can finish his career off with yet another bang by making the Super Bowl and adding an eighth championship ring. 

Kurt Warner, a hall of famer, thought it was more likely that Brady would retire than win another championship.

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