Tom Brady says he is not expecting Rob Gronkowski to return
Brady addressed the rumor that never seems to end.
It's hard to imagine Tom Brady in anything other than a Patriots jersey. But the quarterback knows it's a possibility. NESN.com's Rachel Holt shares what he
Tom Brady appears hell-bent on playing until he’s 45, but will his twilight years be played in New England? Brady effectively is on a one-year deal It’s tough to imagine Brady throwing passes for any other team than the Patriots. Colin Cowherd, for one, doesn’t even want to entertain the possibility.
Tom Brady has repeatedly expressed a desire to play late into his career, perhaps to the age of 45 or beyond. If that means he has to switch teams and leave the New England Patriots, he seems ready to do so.
Brady was asked during a sit-down interview with Fox’s Erin Andrews that aired on Sunday whether he could see himself playing for a different team. He said he wasn’t going to make a prediction, but he seems to prioritize playing as long as he wants, regardless of team.
“The reality is there is no prediction. I have always said I have a plan to play longer and I will figure that out when the time comes,” Brady said.
Tom Brady: Bill Belichick uses incidents like Thursday as teaching moments
Patriots coach Bill Belichick doesn’t tolerate fights and doesn’t like undisciplined play, and when he sees it from other teams, he makes an example of it with his own team. That’s the word from Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who said on Friday that incidents like the Thursday fracas between the Browns and Steelers turn into [more]That’s the word from Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who said on Friday that incidents like the Thursday fracas between the Browns and Steelers turn into topics of discussion in Patriots team meetings, where Belichick tells the players what he expects.
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If Patriots quarterback Tom Brady wants to play until he’s 45, would he consider doing it with another team ? If playing for another team was the only way Brady could continue to compete, then I believe he would do it. And making the Patriots pay for disregarding him would be all the motivation
He also was asked whether part of his motivation to play longer in his career — like to age 45 or 46 — was to prove doubters wrong.
“I think it would be pretty cool to do that. I definitely think there is an inspirational element to that,” Brady said. “There’s just different challenges. There were challenges when I was young, there’s challenges now. I think just understanding what those are and whether you want to face those or take them or overcome them, those are healthy things and healthy decisions to have. When the time’s right, I’ll make a decision.”
A report earlier this season suggested that. That report combined some of the facts — Brady’s contract expires after the season and he is selling a home in Massachusetts. Despite all that, we don’t see Brady moving on from the Patriots after the season.
Tom Brady says offense is not the strength of the 2019 Patriots
The New England Patriots have been an offensive juggernaut for the better part of the past decade, but the makeup of their current squad is more similar to what we saw during the early part of the Tom Brady era. Following another uninspiring offensive performance on Sunday, the 42-year-old quarterback acknowledged that.© Eric Hartline-USA TODAY SportsIn his weekly appearance on WEEI’s “The Greg Hill Show” Monday morning, Brady sounded like he has accepted that the Patriots’ offense is not going to be very good this year.
The thought of Tom Brady ever leaving the Patriots for another team seems incomprehensible. A CBSSports.com report Sunday suggests Brady , who's 37 and wants to play into his 40s, could end his career with a different franchise with the Patriots believing they have their next long-term quarterback
Brady seems to be willing to reassess once he gets there, before deciding whether to keep going. Would he try to start for another team ? Would he eventually hold a clipboard? Tom Brady wants to play until 45. Tom Brady averages a Super Bowl appearance every two years.
Brady's dad: 'Up to Bill Belichick' if QB returns to Patriots next year .
Bill Belichick famously moved on from Bernie Kosar when he was coaching the Cleveland Browns. Brady's future in Foxborough hangs in the hands of the veteran head coach, per TB12´s father.