The rumors about Tom Brady’s retirement might have been reported prematurely. Though ESPN’s Adam Schefter cited sources that the Tampa Bay quarterback is calling it a career, Brady himself hasn’t made the decision.

Jeff Howe of The Athletic is reporting that Brady called the Buccaneers on Saturday afternoon to tell them he’s “not even close” to making a decision about his future. There’s still a possibility he returns for the 2022 season with the franchise.

Brady has played 22 seasons in the NFL, 20 with the New England Patriots and 2 with the Buccaneers.  He’s won 7 Super Bowl titles in his career, 6 of which came in New England. He led Tampa Bay to a world title in 2020, his first year with the franchise.

Brady has also been recognized as a 5-time Super Bowl MVP, a 3-time NFL MVP, a 2-time NFL Offensive Player of the Year and a 15-time Pro Bowl selection. If he does step down, he’ll be the most decorated quarterback to ever play the game.

It should be an interesting few days — or possibly weeks — keeping an eye on Brady.