NFL legend Tom Brady is to retire after a remarkable 22-year career which saw him win seven Super Bowl titles.

Brady’s company TB12sports tweeted to thank the 44-year-old for his career, confirming his retirement after it was first reported by ESPN.

Brady is considered to be the greatest quarterback in NFL history, having made his name during a history-making 20-year spell with the New England Patriots.

He signed for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in March 2020, winning his seventh Super Bowl there.

The 44-year-old spent most of his career at the New England Patriots – a team he spent 20 years with signing in 2000.

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