Tom Brady has yet to decide whether to return to the NFL or retire as his contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers expires.
The 45-year-old retired in March 2022 after first announcing the end of his NFL career six weeks ago before signing a one-year, $15 million contract with Tampa Bay.
In his 23rd season, Brady was eliminated from the playoffs, losing 31-14 to the Dallas Cowboys for the first time in his career in the NFC Wildcard Round.
In a recent podcast appearance, Brady said:
Tom Brady’s podcast on his future: pic.twitter.com/fFAq8HOS6d
— Ali Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) January 24, 2023
Brady’s co-host Jim Gray replied, “I think you’re against that question.”
Brady seemed to lighten up a bit and thanked Gray for asking.
“You’re scratching. Nice to meet you. Thank you.”
Las Vegas Raiders move Tom Brady to free agency
The Las Vegas Raiders, Tennessee Titans, San Francisco 49ers and Miami Dolphins are rumored landing spots for the seven-time Super Bowl champion.
According to the NFL betting site, the Raiders are the outright favorites to take on Brady, followed (in order) by the Patriots, 49ers, Dolphins, Jets and Titans.
Last season, Brady was on a team that lost in the regular season for the first time (8-9) as a starter, while the Bucks earned the fewest team PPG of his career (18.4) and lost the playoffs by the second-worst margin. rice field. (17 points).
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