Brady, 44, ends his career as the most accomplished QB in NFL history having won seven Super Bowls, including last year's big game. Brady's retirement also comes three days after ESPN reporters Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington broke the news that Brady is retiring, only to be met with pushback from Brady's team, including his dad. But ESPN stuck with its reporting. As the New York Post's Ryan Glasspiegel, the dispute created a "surreal scene" since Brady is in business with ESPN with his docuseries Man in the Arena and a 30 for 30 documentary on the Tuck Rule Game. ALSO: ESPN to devote a special edition of SportsCenter this afternoon to Brady's retirement.