Julian Edelman Teased Fans With Post About Potential Reunion With Tom Brady

It was April Fool’s Day and Julian Edelman cracked a little joke on his potential reunion with Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. Truth is, we can’t really make a difference between the real stories and the fake ones. The New England Patriots veteran wideout used the opportunity to shock fans. Again. Well, Edelman sure knows to make people talk. He has been doing this for over a decade. Edelman didn’t make things easier at the moment and NFL fans have started asking questions.

The 2018 Super Bowl MPV took to Twitter to surprise his followers. He posted a Jack Sparrow gif where the Pirates of the Caribbean protagonist notes, “It’s a pirate’s life for me. Savvy?”

Julian Edelman fans look forward to reunion with Tom Brady

This led us all to the potential reunion between Brady and Edelman. Let’s not forget that Edelman was Brady’s favorite target in New England. They won a lot of games together. Edelman and Brady made multiple Super Bowl appearances. The wideout will never forget the great experience he had with the GOAT.

About thirty minutes after sharing his gif, Edelman added another onw. “APRIL FOOLS” read the new gif. Nicolas Cage was right there, laughing.

Edelman is entering the final year of his contract with the Patriots. He has been part of the organization in his entire career. The team selected him in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft.

Edelman may be joking about his potential signing with the Buccaneers. But this joke added enough fuel to the fire. Some of his most loyal fans would love to see the wideout play alongside Brady in 2021. Patriots fans would love to have him in New England.

When it comes to TB12, he left the Patriots to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tight end Rob Gronkowski came out of his retirement to play alongside Brady. They won the Super Bowl last year. Brady got his seventh ring. Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick rooted for him in the Super Bowl. But, they will try to play better football in 2021. The competition is tight this season. Brady didn’t play against his former team in 2020. He is coming to Foxboro in 2021.