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Tom Brady reiterates he wants to play in 2019 and beyond

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Tom Brady appears to finally be showing some signs of aging this season, and the quarterback has said in the past that he will retire when he feels he can no longer play at a high level. He doesn’t expect to feel that way next season or any time in the near future.

In his weekly interview with Westwood One’s Jim Gray, Brady was asked if he plans to play football for the New England Patriots in 2019. He said his goal is to play beyond that.

Brady also spoke about how much he still loves the game of football, even at 41.

Brady eclipsed the 4,000-yard passing mark this season for the seventh time in the last eight years, but his 11 interceptions are his most since 2013. His passer rating of 95.4 is — while still serviceable — the lowest mark he has posted since that same season. Still, Brady with the right weapons is better than most quarterbacks in the NFL.

There have been rumblings that the Patriots could have some major turnover this offseason, but it appears the quarterback position will remain stable for at least another year.

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