Tom Brady decided that he was hanging up his cleats, and then he backed out of that retirement. Obviously, this brought a lot of attention from all over. Brady has been extremely successful in his career, and he remains highly coveted even at a later stage in his career.
With seven Super Bowl rings under his belt, it’s tough to argue that Tom Brady is the best player in NFL history. Everyone knows what Brady is capable of at this time, and now that he is entering his 23rd season, there is a belief that he can still win the Super Bowl.
Brady has made it clear that he wants to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ever since he came out of retirement. Regardless, there are reports swirling that Brady is attempting to join the Miami Dolphins. Many of these rumors have been refuted, but they continue to circulate.
With that in mind, when Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel was questioned about the allegations this morning, he was confused, to say the least. McDaniel is known for his laid-back demeanor toward both life and sport, so he couldn’t help but laugh when asked about Brady. Any stories of Brady travelling to Miami, he claimed via Ari Meirov, are “false news.”
Hopefully, this will put an end to the rumors. After all, Brady has enlisted the help of others to join the Buccaneers, so it would be foolish for him to abandon his comrades. Keep an eye on Thirsty for the latest NFL news and updates.
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