Sport Brady's dad: 'Up to Bill Belichick' if QB returns to Patriots next year

01:26  07 december  2019
01:26  07 december  2019 Source:   12up.com

Tom Brady seems open to playing for another team

  Tom Brady seems open to playing for another team Brady 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.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.

This was the year NFL fans around the league had been waiting for. The year Tom Brady finally started to show signs of decline, signaling the beginning of the end of this Patriots dynasty that has now stretched over the better part of two decades. Welp, that didn’t happen.

As Tom Brady returns to practice, Patriots QB falls short of Bill Belichick ' s standards. I think Brady was only kidding. Of course the Patriots appreciate him. But whether he’ s simply tired of Belichick ’ s grinding after so many That Brady has some catching up to do, at least in terms of

Bill Belichick famously moved on from Bernie Kosar when he was coaching the Cleveland Browns. Now, could the legendary coach may make a decision to move on from Tom Brady in New England.

a group of baseball players playing a football game: Tom Brady and his future in New England with the Patriots remains in the air. © Wesley Hitt/Getty Images Tom Brady and his future in New England with the Patriots remains in the air.

Brady's future in Foxborough hangs in the hands of the veteran head coach, per TB12´s father.

Brady's dad noted how other quarterbacks have gone elsewhere at the end of their careers and Brady would have no shortage of suitors if he didn´t return to New England. That is true regardless of how he finishes the season.

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Bill Belichick said in a conference call Monday morning that he “absolutely” intends to be back with the New England Patriots after this season. Belichick was asked about Gary Myers’ Daily News report quoting a source that said Belichick would be interested in the Giants’ head coaching vacancy.

Brady will go down as one of the best quarterbacks of all time. However, the NE offense sure has struggled this season. Still, though, if he wants to come back, how in the world can you tell him no?

Brady will enter the 2020 season at 43 years of age. Yet, it is entirely possible he sees the writing on the wall and retires after this year if his Patriots win the Super Bowl yet again.

While there´s still plenty of football left this campaign, fans are already wondering what will happen to Brady next season. Your guess is as good as ours.

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