FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Patriots quarterback Tom Brady turned 35 on Friday but isn’t yet ready to suggest he might be close to retiring. He has said in the past he’d like to play until he’s 40. Asked about that Sunday, Brady wouldn’t put a number on how many more years he’d play, only saying he’d like to keep going for a “long time.”
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