Tom Brady could be with the Buccaneers as long as he pleases.
“I told him if he wants to play until he’s 50, and he still feels like he can play, he can still play until he’s 50,” Tampa Bay general manager Jason Licht said Monday on “The Rich Eisen Show.”
Brady, who turns 44 in August and hasn’t ruled out playing into his 50s, signed a contract extension in March that will keep him with Tampa Bay through 2022.
“I want to keep all those conversations, most of them, private,” Lict told Eisen, noting that the reigning Super Bowl MVP quarterback has given “no inkling at all” about a future extension
Brady is the oldest player currently on an NFL roster. He has won seven Super Bowls in total, including six with the New England Patriots and one with the Buccaneers.