Late-night talk show monologues felt a bit like "Groundhog Day" in more ways than one, reacting to the news of legendary NFL quarterback Tom Brady's retirement for the second year in a row.

ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" made the connection, comparing the accomplished QB to the fabled furry meteorologist.

"Every year around the first of February, Tom Brady comes out of the locker room to announce his retirement," Kimmel said, "and then if he sees his shadow he goes right back in."

"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" put the 45-year-old Brady's lengthy career in perspective, albeit with some fuzzy math.

"Brady played for 23 seasons. He was around for a long time," Fallon said. "Let's just say Brady was the only active NFL player to see 'Top Gun 1 and 2' in theaters."

"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" also wished Brady well but doubted the authenticity of his second retirement after his first one lasted only 40 days.

"Tom Brady, congratulations on an incredible career, and since we're off air next week I'd also like to pre-tape the following statement," Colbert said. "Tom Brady, welcome back to the NFL for another season of exciting gridiron action. We're so excited you'll be playing for the (Team TBD)."

"The Late Late Show with James Corden" also provided some perspective for Brady fans who feel bad for the "re-retiring" superstar.

"At the end of the video Brady got a little emotional, saying without football he's going to have to fill his days with nothing but being insanely rich, accomplished, physically fit, handsome and single," Corden quipped.

"Late Night with Seth Meyers" had bigger fish to fry than aging sports figures, like aging politicians and the ongoing classified documents scandal.

"President Biden is set to have his physical later this month," Meyers said. "At least that's one probe that won't turn up any documents... God willing."