Tom Brady told Robert Kraft he plans to play another six or seven years
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft did a Q&A on Monday with reporters nearly two months out from his fifth Super Bowl victory. Kraft said that Tom Brady, already considered ageless while playing at an MVP level at 39 last season told Kraft last week that he wants to play another six or seven years. When asked whether he expects Belichick to coach into his 70s, he told reporters "I hope he coaches into his 80s." Well, George Blanda threw three passes at age 48 back in 1975 but no NFL quarterback has had an effective season as a full-time starter past age 42.