Tom Brady still looks in NFL-ready shape as he shows off bulking arms in tight top like out running errands | The Sun

NFL legend Tom Brady can step onto a football field right and lead a franchise to a Super Bowl after his latest post reveals his physique.

It has been almost seven months since Brady announced his retirement from the NFL for a second time, and the 46-year-old looks as if he can still sling it.

The retired QB was out running errands when he spotted looking noticeable in shape.

In exclusive photos, the star could be seen carrying a gym bag while in an all-black athletic set.

The former NFL signal-caller has joked with fans all offseason about a potential return to the field.

Last month, Brady took to social media sharing a photo hinting at his desire to return to an NFL training camp.

He posted the picture to his Instagram story while being shirtless and promoting his famous 'Brady Brand.'

He captioned the photo: "Side effects of the TB12 Sports protein… mid-August rolls around, and you start thinking about finding a training camp to show up to."

Before the NFL season kicked off on Thursday, during the offseason and training camp, Las Vegas Raiders defensive end star Maxx Crosby expressed his belief that Brady could return to play in the NFL in 2023.

Even one of Brady's former teammates speculated that the seven-time NFL champion wasn't done.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Antoine Winfield Jr. and former teammate of Brady expressed to former five-time All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman and new cohost on Fs1's Undisputed that he is "sure" Tampa Bay is trying to convince Brady to unretire.

Brady walked away from football in February following the conclusion of his third season with the Buccaneers and public divorce from ex-model wife Gisele Bundchen.

He called it quits with a decorated NFL resume as a five-time Super Bowl MVP, 15-time Pro Bowler, three-time First-Team All-Pro, and a two-time Second-Team All-Pro.

However, Brady will attend New England's season opener when they host the Philadelphia Eagles.

"[This will] be the beginning of many celebrations to honor Tom Brady and say thank you for what he did for us those 20 years playing for the New England Patriots," according to team owner Robert Kraft.

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