Tom Brady is immortal.
The reigning Super Bowl MVP inked a four-year extension that voids to a one-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, per ESPN.
Brady confirmed the news on Twitter on Friday.
In typical Brady fashion, the move saves Tampa Bay $19 million against the cap this year, which should make it easier to retain as much of the team as possible in a bid to defend the Super Bowl title.
Brady has previously hinted that he wanted to play until he was at least 45, but he recently took that a level further.
When asked if he would potentially consider playing beyond 45 during his Super Bowl media availability, Brady was very open to the idea.
Would 43-year-old Tom Brady consider playing until he's 45 and beyond? "Definitely." pic.twitter.com/NJLKCSRBBZ— Ben Standig (@BenStandig) February 1, 2021
Brady, a seven-time Super Bowl champ, has thrown for 79,204 yards and 581 touchdowns over his career.
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