Tom Brady confirms there’s no confirmation on retirement, “human torch” Steph Curry is back on form and Cincinnati schools will be closed the day after the Super Bowl.
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Here are the seven stories you’ll hear about on Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022:
- Tom Brady retirement rumors: The Bucs QB spoke publicly for the first time since news broke over the weekend that he was planning to retire, but didn’t do much to clear things up. UPDATE: Brady made it official Tuesday morning, announcing on social media that he plans to retire.
- Woods, Kupp share a moment: An emotional exchange between injured Rams receiver Robert Woods and teammate Cooper Kupp was caught on camera.
- Harbaugh watch continues: It looks like Minnesota might be Jim Harbaugh’s preferred landing spot if he decides to leave Michigan and return to the NFL.
- Curry on fire: An old Steph Curry nickname resurfaced as “The Human Torch” lit up the Rockets for 40.
- Stewart’s Seattle return: WNBA star Breanna Stewart is expected to sign a one-year deal with the Seattle Storm after battling injuries two of the last three seasons.
- Transfer window closes: The world’s top soccer clubs finalized roster additions on deadline day, including new Everton manager Frank Lampard adding a pair of players.
- School’s out in Cincinnati: Some believe the day after the Super Bowl should be a national holiday, and they’re rolling with it in Cincinnati, as the city announced schools will be closed Feb. 14.