Buccaneers' Tom Brady may leave the NFL midseason, according to a former quarterback.

Tom Brady may consider retiring once more due to his issues off the field. A veteran NFL quarterback claims that the Buccaneers player may soon retire from football.

Tom Brady has recently been in the news, though perhaps not necessarily for the Buccaneers' performances on the field.

According to a former NFL quarterback, the Tampa Bay athlete may decide to give up football once more and leave his team in the 2022 season.

It's an important period in Tom Brady's career. He came out of retirement to play in his 22nd season, but the Buccaneers haven't been as successful as everyone had hoped.

Now, a veteran NFL quarterback has stated that Tom Brady may quit the Buccaneers in the middle of the season. He is considering how TB12 could be feeling right now

 because he is aware of how off-field pressure impacts the players. Brady's future has now been discussed by Chris Simms, a former quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

The 42-year-old believes that TB12 doesn't have much time left in the NFL.

Brady's choice to come out of retirement reportedly caused Gisele and Tom to battle bitterly, which reportedly led to their contacting divorce attorneys.