Tom Brady says there's 'zero' chance he'll retire after Super Bowl

Brady: 'Zero' percent chance Super Bowl LIII is final game

3 reasons Todd Gurley will bounce back for Los Angeles Rams during Super Bowl 53

He will be rooting against them in Super Bowl LIII.

Whether the New England Patriots win or lose Super Bowl 53 against the Los Angeles Rams next Sunday, Tom Brady is not ready to ride off into the sunset just yet.

"We're not at the end yet", Brady told a sea of fans that covered the entire field at Gillette Stadium and filled most of one side of the lower seating bowl.

It's worth noting that whatever Brady's level of support for president Donald Trump, he hasn't voiced it in years, going so far as to skip the White House visit in 2017 after defeating the Falcons in the Super Bowl, leading to no mention of his contributions in Trump's speech honoring the team.

Melvin Gordon is exhausted of seeing the Rams signs around Los Angeles.

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Over the last two seasons, Gurley has become a touchdown machine for Los Angeles, as the running back has been one of a few players on the team who has benefitted the most from playing in Sean McVay's system, although it hasn't always been easy.

Back in 2016, Todd Gurley seemed to be the lone bright spot on offense for the Rams after the team finished dead last in the National Football League by only averaging 14 points per game.

"This is the biggest send-off we've ever had", Belichick said.

The Rams' lone Super Bowl victory came in 2000 during the two decade period of time when the team was located in St. Louis.

Players and coaches from both teams are scheduled to meet with the media all week ahead of the game on February 3.

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