Donnie Wahlberg of “Blue Bloods” reacts to Tom Brady’s retirement rumors


Blue BloodsDonnie Wahlberg, an actor from Massachusetts, refused to respond to the rumors about Tom Brady’s retirement. There were rumors that Brady was planning to retire on Saturday. However, Don Yee, Brady’s agent, said that the only way anyone can know for sure if Brady is going to be retiring is if he says so. Last weekend, Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were eliminated from the NFL playoffs during the divisional rounds.

“Until [Tom Brady] says he is retiring, then I will not comment on his retirement,”Wahlberg wrote an Instagram Story message. “Until then, I will do what any [Patriots] fan knows to do… [ignore the noise].”A goat emoji was also added by him, in reference to the fact that many consider Brady the greatest quarterback of all-time.

(Photo: Donnie Wahlberg/@donniewahlberg)

Wahlberg was not the only New Kids on the Block member who discussed the Brady rumors this weekend. Joey McIntyre joined the fray to mourn Brady’s passing. He went live on Instagram in excess of five minutesHe was dumbfounded and shared his feelings. “Had no idea I would be stunned and sat down by this announcement. Surprised by what feels like a sudden decision and surprised by my deep gut reaction,”McIntyre wrote. “Man if this is true then boy were we lucky.”

McIntrye later posted the clip to his website. Instagram Story, listening to Frank Sinatra songs, and toasting Brady. “Ther only music you should play after that heavy announcement is one Mr. Frank Sinatra,”McIntyre added, “Tonight we toast to the greatest… of all time.”

Later, it was revealed that Brady hadn’t. Officially McIntyre didn’t say he was yet to retire, but he said that he didn’t care. “And if it ain’t true then I don’t care,”He wrote. “I got my first chance to really pause and be grateful for TB12. And if we get another year of [Tom Brady], then great!! We’re gonna need decades anyway to really digest this unique kind of greatness.”

Sources said that Saturday was a good day for them. ESPN’s Adam Schefter, and Jeff DarlingtonBrady will be retiring. Brady’s company TB12 Sports posted a tweet which appeared to confirm his decision. The post was later deleted. Yee stated that Brady’s retirement will be announced by Yee.

“I understand the advance speculation about Tom’s future,”Yes. “Without getting into the accuracy or inaccuracy of what’s being reported, Tom will be the only person to express his plans with complete accuracy. He knows the realities of the football business and planning calendar as well as anybody, so that should be soon.”

Brady, 44, played 22 seasons in the NFL. He spent his first 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, and his last two with Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He has won seven Super Bowl Championships, more than any other NFL team. His 2021 season ended Jan. 23, when the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Bucs 30 to 27, knocking the team out the playoffs.