VIDEO: Tom Brady Says He's 'Unlikely' to Retire After Loss to Titans

Tom Brady unlikely to retire after 2019-20 season
Tom Brady unlikely to retire after 2019-20 season

Losing in the postseason isn't a concept Tom Brady is familiar with, but the New England Patriots QB handled it with class. Brady faced questions about his uncertain future with the Patriots, as well as retirement rumors, and was as straightforward as he could be in the moment.

Brady stated simply that he doesn't know what the future holds in New England. While that sounds like the runaround, it's correct. Whether or not Brady comes back is out of his control, since the organization itself may want to move on from their veteran quarterback.

TB12 did admit that, regardless of what the Patriots decide is best for them, he intends to continue playing into his age-43 season.

The future Hall of Famer has previously stated that he wants to play until he's 45 years of age, which is a lofty goal in the modern game. Nonetheless, should Brady need to find a home outside of New England, the Calif. native could return back to his roots, with the likes of the Los Angeles Chargers in need of a signal-caller.