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Sport Ex-professional Vollmer: NFL quarterback Brady continues his career

11:50  22 january  2021
11:50  22 january  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Hours after Tom Brady made his move to Tampa official on Friday, details of the legendary quarterback ’s contract with the Buccaneers began to surface — and they might include a hint about Brady ’s future plans. It is a two-year deal worth a guaranteed million, according to ESPN.

His former teammate Sebastian Vollmer does not expect quarterback superstar Tom Brady to end his career anytime soon.

Tom Brady besitzt noch einen Vertrag für die kommende NFL-Saison bei den Tampa Bay Buccaneers. © Brynn Anderson / AP / dpa Tom Brady still has a contract for the upcoming NFL season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

"I think that he will definitely return in the coming season, and to be honest I do not think it is out of the question that he will still be there for another year", said the 36-year-old Vollmer in an interview with “ran.de” about the playmaker of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Brady is in the playoff semifinals of the National Football League with his new team and wants to reach the Super Bowl with a win at the Green Bay Packers on Sunday (9:05 p.m.). The 43-year-old still has a contract with the Bucs for the coming season.

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Is Brady the greatest quarterback of all time? That is certainly debatable. Brady has already won four Super Bowls, tied with Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw for the most all time. Now he is going to his seventh Super Bowl in 15 seasons as a starting quarterback .

Not only is Brady one of only two players with 200 wins, he is also still one of just 16 players who even have 100 wins since the start of the 1981 season as a starting quarterback , a list that includes Drew Bledsoe, the quarterback Brady replaced in New England (data via The Football Database).

«If he really wins the Super Bowl again this year, I hope a little for him that the voices from his environment will penetrate his ear and that he will listen when they say:“ Come on, let it be good now, it's enough »» said Vollmer. "Because it would be very bitter, and I don't wish that for him, that after all his successes he might experience a season in which nothing comes together and this one year would then damage his sporting legacy a little."

Vollmer played for the New England Patriots from 2009 to 2017 at Brady's side, his job among other things being to protect the quarterback from attacks by the opposing defense. The native Rhinelander won the Super Bowl twice, Brady took the title six times.

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