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Twitter exploded after Tom Brady made an April Fools joke about retirement

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But, since he's new to Twitter and just won the Super Bowl for the sixth time, we'll allow it. It was Brady's first-ever tweet as it appears he joined the social media platform last month.

No, Brady is not actually retiring, but I do imagine he'll be tweeting #LFG quite a bit.

Tom Brady, if you haven't already heard (we're sure you have though) is on Twitter.

New England Patriots fans who forgot that Monday is April Fools' Day might have been panicking when quarterback Tom Brady tweeted that he had made a decision to retire. Brady picked up more than 34,000 followers in that span - a quick-strike offense that he is accustomed to being part of on the field.

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Brady replied to the tweet after letting it simmer for about an hour and said, "Was this a bad joke?"

Boston.com notes that while Brady's post-2019 contract is still in the works, the 41-year-old quarterback is far from retirement.

The NFL's Instagram account posted a picture showing that Gronkowski owns the most receiving touchdowns from Brady, with 78 of their career connections going for a score.

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