Tom Brady’s trainer: Tampa Bay quarterback will play at least next 2 seasons

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Tom Brady will turn 44 years old next month and so there's always the question of how much longer will the Tampa Bay quarterback keep playing?

Appearing on The Adam Schefter podcast, Brady's personal trainer, Alex Guerrero, said his goal for a long time has been to play until he's 45 and that's what he believes will happen.

“Yeah, I expect him to play this year and next year," Guerrero said.

He went into more detail of that goal, saying that will be one of his proudest moments in working with the greatest quarterback in NFL history.

“I am proud of everything he’s accomplished," Guerrero said. "He’s just such a beautiful human being. He’s a remarkable man. We’ve just become so close, so I am really — there’s a lot of pride in just about everything he does. I take a lot of pride in that because he’s so humble and he’s so amazing. I think when we first got together and I asked him how long he wanted to play for, he said until 45. I said, ‘Great, that’s what we’re going to do.’

"I think the biggest accomplishment for me will probably come when we make it through age 45 because that’s what his goal was. I think that will probably be the proudest moment for me — to say, ‘Hey, we actually did it. One of your goals was to play until you were 45 and we did it.’ That will be a proud moment.”

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