Former Buccaneers quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen announced his retirement last month, and he isn’t ruling out a return to the sideline on some level. He admits there are some personal things his family has to handle and that once those are handled, perhaps, he will return. The word “retirement” may be too strong, he admits, but only time will tell how things play out.
Bucs QB Coach: Brady Had Plenty in Tank, but Family Came First
Tom Brady’s retirement this week wasn’t a matter of a decline in ability, leadership or competitiveness, his Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterbacks coach, Clyde Christensen, says. In fact, he thought the quarterback, who was third in the NFL in passing yards (4,694), might play one more season. Instead, Brady chose to retire now, and do right by his family.