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Tom Brady leaving Patriots for Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tom Brady finally ended the suspense yesterday (March 17th), announcing that he’s leaving the New England Patriots after two decades and six Super Bowl titles. Multiple reports said the 42-year-old quarterback is expected to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Brady broke the news with a social media post that said, “my football journey will take place elsewhere,” stating, “I don’t know what my football future holds, but it is time for me to open a new stage for my life and my career.” He also thanked the Patriots and their fans, declaring, “FOREVER A PATRIOT.”

Team owner Robert Kraft said later, “While sad today, the overwhelming feeling I have is appreciation for his countless contributions to our team and community,” and coach Bill Belichick said, “It has been a privilege to coach Tom Brady for 20 years.” The most successful quarterback in league history, Brady is a three-time league MVP and a four-time Super Bowl MVP.

The Patriots honored their most celebrated player of all time with a video dedicated to Brady on their Twitter page…