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Sources say Tom Brady is to retire


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people can blame the team for missing their golden opportunity as much as they like, but when it came time for rubber to hit pas in offseasons, when this moment was inevitably coming and the panthers had to make their move, they had to trade the big draft capital for a QB, they had to make the big investment, people here were offering up the same “it’s a week class” feeble cries you hear every single draft

weird that you only hear people saying “wow we really blew a chance” now instead of pointing out the opportunity while it was happening

”play it safe, maximize cap, invest in the line.”










…..anyways I’ll believe it when I see it.

probably just trying to railroad Tampa into spending more in free agency or whatever

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12 hours ago, 4Corners said:

Best Football Players of all time:

1. Lawrence Taylor 

2. Tom Brady

3. Jerry Rice

4. Barry Sanders

5. Julius Peppers 

6. Ladanian Tomlinson

Truly extraordinary that UNC has two players on this list. 

Lol. No. Just…..no. 

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Tom Brady has to be one of the most successful people imaginable.  Very little athletic talent to the top of the NFL and massive riches.  Only a smidge less impressive than his wife!  Only in America.

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