Tom Brady is a widely recognized all-time great in football. Despite the buzz surrounding his tenure with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he has a significant opportunity ahead of him. That being said, Tom Brady’s status for this year’s season could be changing. In fact, he might be choosing between two teams for the 2023 season.
Tom Brady’s marital life was not in the best of place; now it’s simply over. The star football player didn’t stick to his retirement decision and his wife Gisele Bündchen was unhappy about that. In fact, it was said that they grew apart and eventually divorced back in October last year.
In addition to that, many of his teammates started believing that he was going to retire soon, following Brady’s abysmal performance against the Dallas Cowboys earlier this month.
Tom Brady’s NFL future is being widely discussed this off-season after the Buccaneers’ playoff elimination. Potential teams like the 49ers and Raiders are among those rumored to be interested in him.
According to NFL insider JP Peterson, the three-time NFL MVP stated that neither the 49ers or Raiders are the right choice for Tom Brady. He then stated that he believes Miami or The Dolphins are better.
“When I look around the league, I’d still think the Bucs are the best situation for him to move forward and when depending on who they hired the offensive coordinator situation. I think Miami is very much in play even though the Dolphins have said that Tua is their starter and he’s coming back.
This is the buying season, everybody is lying about it. Miami has said, Tua is their starter. I think he has major concussion issues. We saw that this year.
He’s (Tua’s) a very slightly built man. I just don’t see them feeling very confident that he is their future and played really well when he was healthy, but it’s hard for him to stay healthy. I think they’re looking at Brady because they wanted him last year.
Their owner, Stephen Ross, is a good friend of Brady’s. There are a lot of connections there, obviously with his kids in Miami and his kids are very important to him. He said it on multiple, multiple occasions that he wants to be near his children.
He wants to be a part of their life and play football. So I don’t think he’s going to the Raiders. I know people think that’s a done deal. It’s not. I don’t think he’s going west. I don’t think he’s going to San Francisco. I don’t think he’s going anywhere where he’s too far from his kids. It’s going to be on the east coast. So to me, that’s Tampa, Miami.”
We will have to wait and see whether Tom Brady will retire again and stay retired for good the next time he decides to do so, or if he ends up going to another team soon.
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