Sorry, Jets fans: Tom Brady won’t be riding off into the sunset

If AFC East teams were looking for a silver lining in the New England Patriots’ trip to Super Bowl XLIX, they’re not going to find it here.

This week on SiriusXM Bleacher Report Radio, Ben Volin, the Patriots’ beat writer for the Boston Globe, revealed that there’s “no chance” Tom Brady will retire should New England beat the Seattle Seahawks in Glendale, Ariz.

“Less than 0 percent,” Volin said of the odds Brady retires. “If anything, it’ll just make him want to go for a sixth ring next year. He’s talked all season about how he wants to play till he’s 45 or 50 years old.”

The main reason? Brady’s just playing too well to consider stepping away.

“At age 37, he’s not showing any signs of slowing down,” Volin said. “He’s not an injured, kind of broken down quarterback the way Peyton Manning was this year. Tom Brady might be healthier now than he was at age 30.”

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