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00:45  26 october  2019
00:45  26 october  2019 Source:   nesn.com

If Tom Brady leaves the Patriots, where would he go?

  If Tom Brady leaves the Patriots, where would he go? Ever since the Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady agreed to a contract extension that isn’t really a contract extension and Brady put his house in Boston up for sale, some have been speculating that Brady won’t be back in New England next year. On Monday night, ESPN’s Adam Schefter did more than speculate that 2019 [more]Schefter may simply be throwing a bone to Brady and/or to agent Don Yee in order to generate interest elsewhere and/or to create leverage to get Brady a better deal in New England for 2021. Or maybe Brady really is thinking about leaving.

- During ESPN's "Monday Night Football" pregame show, Adam Schefter speculated Tom Brady could leave the New England Patriots -- either to retire or to join another team -- after this season . Brady offered his reaction to this speculation during his Friday afternoon news conference at Gillette Stadium.

Eventually, Brady 's illustrious NFL career must end — and Adam Schefter believes he ' ll play for a team besides the Patriots before it does. On Wednesday, Brady himself finally admitted that he has no idea what his future holds after previously stating he planned to play until he's 45.

FOXBORO, Mass. -- During ESPN's "Monday Night Football" pregame show, Adam Schefter speculated Tom Brady could leave the New England Patriots -- either to retire or to join another team -- after this season.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) pre game against the Jets at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports© Provided by New England Sports Network L.P. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) pre game against the Jets at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Three days later, Schefter doubled down on that prediction, saying on ESPN's "Get Up" morning show that he believes Brady playing for the Patriots in 2020 is the "least likely option" of the three. In his reasoning, Schefter noted Brady's contract status (he's set to hit free agency for the first time in March) and the fact both the quarterback and his trainer/business partner, Alex Guerrero, are in the process of selling their Boston-area homes.

Tom Brady: I don’t know what the future holds

  Tom Brady: I don’t know what the future holds During the pregame show before Monday night’s game between the Patriots and Jets, Adam Schefter of ESPN noted that Tom Brady‘s contract is up after the 2019 season and that he’s put his house in Massachusetts up for sale. Schefter went on to say that Brady is “setting it up to move on,” although there’s [more]

Eventually, Brady 's illustrious NFL career must end — and Adam Schefter believes he ' ll play for a team besides the Patriots before it does.

He and the Patriots are 7-0 this season following the 33-0 win over the New York Jets on Monday at MetLife Stadium. On Monday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter explained why quarterback Tom Brady may leave the New England Patriots after this season .

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Brady offered his reaction to this speculation during his Friday afternoon news conference at Gillette Stadium.

"My contract situation hasn't changed in many months, so I don't know why it gets brought up now," the 42-year-old QB said. "I don't know. I think it's just hype, media, and everyone's trying to make money and that's what it's about. I don't get into it. I mean, honestly, my situation hasn't changed. I'm just focused on what I'm always focused on, which is this week, trying to be a great quarterback for this team. As I said the other day, things happened at the right times, but this isn't the right time."

Brady spoke in the third person when asked whether the constant talk about his future is tiresome.

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Evidence points to Brady leaving the Patriots . There is increasing speculation that this will be Tom Brady 's final season with the New England Patriots . We' ll see." Schefter also elaborated further on the set of "Monday Night Football," noting that Brady put his house up for sale, as did his trainer and

"I'm a 42-year-old man, man," he replied. "I get tired. No, it's just -- part of it's just being Tom Brady, I guess."

The Patriots are off to a 7-0 start but, unlike in many previous seasons, are winning thanks to a suffocating defense rather than a dominant offense. Brady ranks outside the top 10 in most passing categories, including 12th in touchdown passes, 16th in passer rating and 18th in yards per attempt while dealing with injuries and inconsistency at all three offensive skill positions.

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Tom Brady explains why he's angry at this point in the football season .
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady wasn’t happy on Monday morning. That much was clear when he logged on for his call with WEEI sports radio. But he wasn’t sad, even if he sounded a little down after his team’s 37-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night. “I’m more angry. I’m just an angry football — I’m like an angry during football season. It’s always kind of at a boil — just below boil. It doesn’t take much to push me over the edge,” Brady said with “The Greg Hill Show” on WEEI on Monday. “Anything during football season that doesn’t go well makes me angry.” That showed up in the loss when Brady was 30 of 46 for 285 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

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