Tom Brady retired twice and NFL fans still hope for a comeback. Brady is the best to ever play the game and worked really hard to earn the GOAT title.
TB12 seems to be enjoy his time away from the football field. He spends time with the kids and takes care of his business. Well, John Breech from CBS Sports bets on Brady’s potential deal with the Cleveland Browns.
The Browns deal with a serious issue as they lost quarterback Deshaun Watson to a shoulder injury. The talented player will have to miss the remainder of the season and the Browns will have to use another alternative.
“The Browns have a strong roster from top to bottom and the addition of Brady would potentially make them a Super Bowl contender. It will be interesting to see if the Browns reach out,” Breech wrote, “because if they do, it wouldn’t be surprising to see him at least contemplate taking the job, considering it would give him a legitimate shot at an eighth Super Bowl ring.”
The New York Jets could get Brady as well as they lost Aaron Rodgers to an Achilles injury. Brady wouldn’t be too excited about joining the Jets as their offensive line is really bad.
The Browns have a better situation on the offensive side of the ball. Brady would rather choose the Browns over the Jets.
“Next question,” Brady said on the Let’s Go! podcast earlier this season. “You already know. I love being with you guys on Mondays and I love what we got going.”
Brady talks about Patriots, ignores comeback rumors
Brady and the Patriots made nine Super Bowl appearances. He won six rings as a Patriots starting quarterback. The GOAT brought his time with the team to an end after two decades and signed a deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It was a good move and Brady got his seventh ring.
The NFL icon may not be part of the Patriots, but he follows every move they make. He discussed the Patriots struggles and delivered a big advice for his former head coach and his assistants.
“You’ve got to change your strategy, different weeks there’s different challenges, and I think the Patriots, they’re just having a tough stretch, just not playing with the kind of confidence that you’ve always seen,” Brady said on November 13 on his podcast.
“Obviously Coach [Bill] Belichick, I don’t think he’s coaching any different now than the way he coached when we were undefeated,” Brady said in reference to the 16-0 season in 2007. “There’s a lot of things that need to go right in order to win and succeed.”