Why may tranquil we take this rumor critically?
ESPN’s Adam Schefter appeared last week on the Rich Eisen podcast, and recounted a conversation he had with ESPN reporter Jeff Darlington. Schefter said Darlington is plugged in on the Brady situation, and lists the Tennessee Titans as the favorites to sign Brady. After that came the Las Vegas Raiders and then finally the Patriots. Schefter also said the Los Angeles Chargers are a long shot to sign Brady.
Making matters worse, the Boston Herald reports the Patriots have no longer yet reached out to Brady or his agent. They had been expected to carry out so this week at the NFL Combine.
If the Titans are the leading contender to sign Brady, Tennessee’s management isn’t tipping its hand. Head coach Mike Vrabel and general manager Jon Robinson had been asked about their interest in Brady on Tuesday at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Both ducked the question, according to USA Today.
Also in Tuesday, The Boston Globe reported the Buccaneers are a “serious threat to steal Brady away from the Patriots” and Tampa Bay has been quietly “lurking as a major player in the Brady sweepstakes.”
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On Wednesday, NFL Community’s Michael Giardi reported he “spoke with a alternative of NFL folks over the last 36 hours or so right here in Indy. The initial reaction has been ‘there’s no way Tom Brady is leaving Unusual England,’ nonetheless as you dig deeper, professionals/coaches/scouts gawk the Titans, Raiders and Giants as imaginable suitors. One exec said to me, ‘Is Tom Brady, larger than Derek Carr? Is he larger than Tannehill? If I was those organizations, I’d be thinking real hard about it.’ Another famous that it’s also no longer factual a QB you’e getting, it’s the brand. ‘There are games to be received and money to be made.’ Don’t bargain the bottom line in this league. Ever.”
Brady is a six-time Spacious Bowl champion, four-time Spacious Bowl MVP and three-time NFL MVP. He’s appeared in nine Spacious Bowls during his 20 years in Unusual England.
Brady will likely be a free agent for the first time in his career and insists he wants to check the open market. Because of language in his most latest contract, the Patriots cannot exercise the franchise tag on their franchise player.
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