Bill Belichick Addresses Getting Tom Brady Back In 2020

Head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady have helped the New England Patriots win games. They have won six Super Bowls together, and they are on a good way to win another title. There have been so many rumors about these two. Some say Bill and Tom don’t like each other. Others claim that Belichick adores his star quarterback. Some want to see Belichick hit the field without Brady. This comes from fans who say that Belichick can win Super Bowls without TB12. There are also fans who would rather have Jimmy Garoppolo in New England. Oh, yes, let’s not forget those who say that Brady is washed up. We’ve heard so much.

There were also rumors about the alleged tension between Belichick and Brady’s body coach, Alex Guerrero. The latter wasn’t allowed to stay at the sidelines, and reports reveal that he wasn’t able to travel with the team. Brady and his head coach have never paid attention to words from outsiders. They will keep doing that. Belichick tells his players not to pay attention to people outside the locker room. He is right about this, because New England has always been the most talked-about team.

Bill Belichick wants Tom Brady back

Tom E. Curran shut down every rumor about Brady and his coach. During an appearance on WEEI’s “Dale & Keefe” show, Curran reported that coach Belichick wants to see Brady back on the field.

“At a price, yeah. From all I’ve gathered, he would prefer to have Tom playing QB in 2020…if it comes to a crossroads, [Belichick] can easily get his mind around saying goodbye [to Brady] as well…”

Brady will hit free agency in March 18. Patriots owner Robert Kraft is expected to give Brady a nice salary. Brady deserves $30 million. He has led the team to a lot of Super Bowls, and he has so much to offer. If the Patriots don’t like him, any other team will. The Tennessee Titans have shown interest in Brady. The Los Angeles Chargers are also in the mix. What about the Raiders? They are here, too. Gronk encouraged his friend to test the open market. Will Brady take this advice?

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