Some athletes have an uncanny ability to lead and when they retire make the seamless transition to coaching.
At 39 years old, Tom Brady’s is on the backend of his career. It’s natural to wonder what the New England Patriots will do after his playing days are over.
Don’t wonder about Brady being on a sideline as a coach. The 17-year veteran quarterback does not see coaching in his future.
“Coaching wouldn’t be for me,” Brady said on a conference call with Buffalo Bills beat writers, per the Buffalo News. “No, certainly not. I like playing. I wouldn’t be a good coach. I don’t have the patience to be a coach.”
Check coaching off the list. So what would Brady like to do once his NFL career is over? Only time will tell. Maybe he’ll just live the life as a retired professional quarterback, make commercials, have some guest appearances and most importantly enjoy his family.
Leave it to Brady, that time won’t be for a while. The future Hall of Famer has specified that he would like to play well into his 40s. The way he’s playing the quarterback position right now who can blame him?