Bridget Moynahan, Tom Brady’s ex-wife, reacts to his retirement

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Tom Brady won’t wear an NFL uniform next year as he officially retires from the league. Many notable people paid tribute to the NFL’s legendary quarterback, including Brady’s ex Bridget Moynahan. The Blue BloodsStar took to Instagram to message Brady, who shares a son with him.

“So proud of [Tom Brady],” Moynahan wroteHe also shared a photo of Brady wearing a Tampa Bay Buccaneers shirt. “Yesterday and today and I know you will do great things tomorrow. Looking forward to the next steps.”Moynahan, 50 and Brady, 44 began dating in 2004, and ended their relationship in 2006. Moynahan revealed that she was three months pregnant in February 2007. Brady is her father. Their son Jack was born in August 2007. Both Moynahan & Brady have since moved on. Moynahan wed business Andrew Frankel and Brady wed supermodel Gisele Bundchen.

“It was an interesting time because we found out … my ex-girlfriend was pregnant with my oldest son,”In an interview with Howard Stern, Brady stated that 2020 is his goal. per Showbiz CheatSheet. “We were forced into this very important thing in our lives at a new part of our relationship,”The signal-caller stated. “In a lot of ways, I found out a lot about Gisele through this experience, and she found out a lot about me dealing with a situation that was not a very easy one … It was hard for my wife and for my son’s mom because she didn’t envision that either.”  

Brady was just starting his career, and had already won several Super Bowls when he met Moynahan. Brady’s career would grow and he would win many more Super Bowls. Brady is the NFL’s all time leader in passing yards and touchdowns, and he leaves with seven Super Bowl titles and five Super Bowl MVPs. 

“My playing career has been such a thrilling ride, and far beyond my imagination, and full of ups and downs. When you’re in it every day, you really don’t think about any kind of ending,” Brady stated this in his retirement announcement. “As I sit here now, however, I think of all the great players and coach I was privileged to play with and against the competition was fierce and deep, JUST HOW WE LIKE IT.”