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Tom Brady retires once again — and ‘for good’ this time, he says

A year to the day he first said he would no longer make the “competitive commitment” to football before changing his mind, the former Patriots great said he will, in fact, hang it up at age 45. 4 minutes ago

Tom Brady retires: readers weigh in

While many are wishing Brady well in his future endeavors, others are saying he overstayed his welcome and should have hung up his cleats sooner. 37 minutes ago

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Timeline: Looking back at the highlights from Tom Brady’s 23-year NFL career

Brady is hanging up the cleats after 23 years and seven Super Bowl titles. 49 minutes ago

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Flag football at the Pro Bowl is back. Robert Edwards has something to say about it.

The former Patriot was coming off a fine rookie season when a catastrophic injury on the sand in Hawaii nearly claimed his leg. It changed his future but never left him bitter.

HS boys' basketball: Xaverian 60, Malden Catholic 59

Xaverian boys’ basketball staves off a prayer by No. 3 Malden Catholic in a Catholic Conference upset win

Junior wing Lorenzo Carrera scored a layup with 30 seconds to go to give the Hawks the lead, but then had to withstand a 75-foot desperation heave by Ryan Moody that rimmed out at the end of the Hawks 60-59 upset win.

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Patriots safety Devin McCourty reportedly recovering from shoulder surgery

McCourty, 35, played in all 17 games in 2022, tying for the team lead in interceptions with four.

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: BROOKLINE 56, FRAMINGHAM 44

Brookline’s Geanna Bryant has a career night in Bay State Conference girls’ basketball road win at Framingham

Bryant went off for a career-high 31 points, including eight makes from 3-point range, in a 56-44 victory for the Warriors (9-3 overall, 6-3 Bay State) over the host Flyers (10-6, 6-3).

TUESDAY'S SCHOOLS ROUNDUP

Vinnie Pasquarosa celebrates 16th birthday in style with winning goal for Franklin boys’ hockey in OT nonleague win vs. Archbishop Williams

Pasquarosa fired a game-winning snipe to the top left corner of the net, fueling a 4-3 nonleague win for the 11th-ranked Panthers at Pirelli Veterans Arena.