Tom Brady setting no timetable for 2020 decision: 'It's really not my concern at this point'

Tom Brady said he’s been focusing more on “decompressing” than focusing on his contract and the 2020 season, a week after the New England Patriots were eliminated from the playoffs.

Brady told Fox News contributor Jim Gray on his Westwood One radio show Saturday that he’s not putting a timetable on plans for his future with his contract being voided in about two months.

“The contract things, a week after the season, I would say these things haven't even started to pick up. It's really not my concern at this point,” Brady said. “It's been about decompressing and resting my mind a little bit and resting my body and spending time with the people who have supported me over the last six months.”

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Brady reiterated his plans to play in 2020, something he also suggested earlier in the week in an Instagram post.

“I love playing football. I love playing for this organization. I really don't know what it looks like moving forward, and I'm just taking it day to day,” Brady said in response to Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s comments. “We are a week removed from the end of our season. There is a lot of time to figure these things out. I don't think any player or team is ready to make any commitments at this point, and I'm sure as the offseason progresses those things will take care of themselves.”

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He added that the speculation around his retirement wasn’t going to make his decision come any quicker.

“I can only say how I feel, and that's what's the truth to me and what's authentic to me,” he said. “And, I have no decision that I have made, and there won't be for some considerable time, so I know there is speculation; there always is. That's just part of being in professional sports. That's part of being a professional athlete.

“When people aren't talking about this season, they want to talk about next season, and the reality is that next season is quite a ways away. I have some other things that are happening at this time: like I said, spending some time with my family, my loved ones and giving them the time they need. And then, as people begin to plan for next season, like I said, these things will take care of themselves.”

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Brady’s contract voids in March.

He has said he's planning to play until he’s 45. He turns 43 in August.