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Tom Brady spoke Thursday to perfect his record and reaffirmed his commitment to playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this entire season amid speculation about his future.
Former NFL quarterback and current analyst Chris Sims claimed a few days ago that Brady could be in for a 3-3 start as well as mid-season retirement amid a myriad of off-field issues.
Responding to Sims, Brady spoke to reporters on Thursday and joked that before seriously addressing the rumors, he was reaching out to announce that he would split.
'Actually that's why I'm here. I am finally here to announce. You guys pushed me to the brink,' Brady joked.
Continuing his statement, Brady said "I love the game, and I love teammates, and I want to do as good a job as ever for this team. No retirement in my future."
According to multiple reports, Bundchen, 42, and Brady, 45, have reportedly hired divorce lawyers 13 years after they said 'I do' in 2009.
It hasn't been the most buttoned-up football-focused season of Brady's career so far. Brady and the Bucs head to Carolina to face the Panthers on Sunday.