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#1 Posted : 11 October 2018 08:12:05(UTC)
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Tom Brady has survived yet another trip around the sun.

He’s 41 as of today T.J. Lang Jersey , a rare starting quarterback still functioning at a high level a year into his fifth decade, and still (supposedly) determined to play until he’s 45.

Whether he means it remains to be seen. For the past few years, I’ve believed that Brady simply wants to never have a Jeter-style farewell season, for a variety of reasons. Brady instead wants to be done when he’s done, with no advance warning or notice. Saying he intends to play longer than he actually plays would be the only practical way to pull it off.

Some think that he’ll walk away with one more Super Bowl win. Others think he’s got two years left, Super Bowl win or not. Both positions assume that he’ll ultimately be able to walk away on his own terms.

As a league source pointed out a year or so ago Packers Game Jerseys , the thing to watch with Brady isn’t his arm but his legs. Although when he decides to go vertical he looks like he’s chasing a kid who just stole his skis, Brady continues to have the ability to adroitly and effectively move and slide in the pocket, avoiding pressure and ducking big hits. The moment he can’t do that is the moment his performance begins to crumble, with every game becoming like one of those rare games when the defensive line gets to Brady early and often enough to make him look mortal.

He definitely is mortal. And he definitely won’t continue to play football indefnitely. I think.

Either way, happy birthday.

Ravens rookie kicker Kaare Vedvik suffered injuries in an assault and robbery that required him to be hospitalized.

The Baltimore Sun reports that Vedvik was being treated at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

鈥淲e are aware that Kaare is being treated for head wounds and we are monitoring the situation,” the Ravens said in a statement.

Vedvik was not going to make the Ravens’ roster because Baltimore has the NFL’s best kicker in Justin Tucker. But Vedvik played very well in the preseason Adidas Will Butcher Jersey , well enough that he had a good chance of catching on with another team.

A rookie who can both kick and punt, Vedvik grew up playing soccer in Norway but learned about American football and decided to see if he could earn a college scholarship with his powerful kicking leg. He did, at Marshall, and then got his shot in the NFL. He made a 56-yard field goal in the preseason finale and could have caught on with a team after roster cuts today. Instead the Ravens have put him on their non-football injury list, and it’s unclear when he will get another opportunity to make it in the NFL.

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