Combine buzz questions whether Tom Brady is truly done

Last Tuesday at the Scouting Combine, Raiders coach Josh McDaniels said: PFT live that he believes quarterback Tom Brady committed suicide. But not everyone who has been to Indianapolis agrees.

For reasons previously stated here, I don’t believe the door is fully slammed before Brady returns to football in 2023. While he can honestly say that he’s done at this point, he can change his mind at any time.

Indeed, he once said that he would retire when he “sucked”. When Jim Gray mentioned it during an episode Let’s go to! podcast, Brady said he believed it when he said it.

And so he may have believed it when he said he was done with. And he can keep believing it until he stops.

rich iron delicately indulged, and by extension, what he heard about Brady in Indianapolis during Eisen’s weekday show on Monday. Eisen formulated this very carefully. He doesn’t say that Brady tells people he wants to come back. Eisen doesn’t say that Brady is going to come back at all. Instead, others suggested that Brady might return if the right situation arose.

And a suitable situation could be Miami. They were linked to him in 2020 and 2022. In the same period of time, they were arrested for interfering in his affairs. Now they have real questions about short and long term longevity. Tua Tagovailoa. In addition, two of Brady’s children now live in Miami.

To understand that this will happen, there is a long way to go. And there’s a chance it won’t. One important factor to keep in mind is that Bruce Beal, Brady’s primary connection to the Dolphins, has apparently lost a lot of his credibility since things exploded last year.

However, Brady could change his mind at any moment. And it would be foolish to assume that he will wake up one day in June or July and decide to keep playing.

Don’t forget that on March 15, Brady will become a free agent. He will have complete freedom of action, and he will be able to go anywhere or nowhere at all. And he’s probably worried that if he stops now, he’ll later regret not playing the game for as long as he could.


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