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Sport Tom Brady free agent rumors: Giants could be among the Patriots QB's top suitors in free agency, per report

01:10  27 february  2020
01:10  27 february  2020 Source:   cbssports.com

Report: Patriots want an answer from Tom Brady before free agency

  Report: Patriots want an answer from Tom Brady before free agency Tom Brady is now one month away from becoming a free agent for the first time in his Hall of Fame career, and there has been a lot of talk about him meeting with other teams and seeing what offers are out there. If he does that, however, he may be effectively bidding farewell to the New England Patriots.© Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports Whatever the future holds for Tom Brady, the Patriots would like to know about it sooner rather than later. Michael Giardi of NFL Network reports that Bill Belichick and the Patriots’ football operations people want to know Brady’s intentions before the official start of free agency.

Tom Brady congratulated Eli Manning after the longtime New York Giants quarterback ' s retirement Set to enter unrestricted free agency for the first time in his career, the 42-year-old Brady appears well Former Patriots QB Scott Zolak cited a source "very connected" to Brady ' s camp a few weeks

Chargers, Raiders among teams who could sign QB in free agency . Brady is a free agent for the first time in his career. He' s a completely unprecedented free agent too, given his Brady wasn't at his best this year, but anyone blaming the Patriots ' offensive woes on the quarterback probably wasn't

Tom Bradycongratulated Eli Manning after the longtime New York Giants quarterback's retirement this offseason. Now, with 2020 NFL free agency fast approaching, is Brady about to take Manning's old job? Set to enter unrestricted free agency for the first time in his career, the 42-year-old Brady appears well prepared to consider offers from teams other than the New England Patriots, his club of 20 years. And while the Giants wouldn't seem to be a logical fit considering they just watched Manning pass the torch to Daniel Jones, the QB they drafted sixth overall in 2019, word around the NFL is that New York could actually be among those after Brady on the open market.

Tom Brady may already be getting plenty of free-agency interest

  Tom Brady may already be getting plenty of free-agency interest Tom Brady is considering taking the concept of the free-agency tour to the next level, swapping a tour of interested teams with a parade of interested teams coming to him, kissing the ring and/or the rump of the greatest quarterback to ever play the game in the hopes of getting him to play for them. [more]Tom Brady is considering taking the concept of the free-agency tour to the next level, swapping a tour of interested teams with a parade of interested teams coming to him, kissing the ring and/or the rump of the greatest quarterback to ever play the game in the hopes of getting him to play for them.

Tom Brady ’ s free agency is one of the biggest stories in sports history, and its existence is NFL reporter Jeremy Fowler, for example, said Monday many around the league expect Brady to re-sign with the Patriots , but if he were to reach free agency , the Broncos could be a “wild card” contender.

Top free agent landing spots for Winston. If the Buccaneers decline to use the franchise tag on Winston -- a real possibility -- Winston will have suitors Finally, while the Titans appear to be likely to bring back Ryan Tannehill, if they were to let Tannehill depart in free agency , they'd have a clear and

a man standing in front of a crowd: Aug 29, 2019; Foxborough, MA, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) and New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10) shake hands after a preseason game at Gillette Stadium.  © Provided by CBS Sports

Aug 29, 2019; Foxborough, MA, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) and New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10) shake hands after a preseason game at Gillette Stadium.

WEEI's Dale Arnold hinted the Giants "may be interested" in Brady back in January. Former Patriots QB Scott Zolak cited a source "very connected" to Brady's camp a few weeks later, saying not to overlook Big Blue as a landing spot. And now NFL Network's Michael Giardi, a former Patriots reporter, has added fuel to the fire, passing along curious remarks from league execs at the combine on Wednesday.

"The initial reaction has been, 'There's no way Tom Brady is leaving New England,'" Giardi tweeted from the Scouting Combine. "But as you dig deeper, execs/coaches/scouts see the Titans, Raiders, and Giants as possible suitors."

Report: Patriots to meet with Tom Brady's agent at combine

  Report: Patriots to meet with Tom Brady's agent at combine Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will be meeting this week at the 2020 NFL combine. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Patriots representatives are expected to meet with Brady’s agent Don Yee this week in Indianapolis. This is significant because it is the first known meeting between Brady’s representatives and the organization. The Patriots have exclusive negotiation rights with Brady until March 16 when the legal tampering period opens for free agency. The new league year starts March 18. It’s not clear what the Patriots will discuss in the meeting between Brady’s representatives. It could be the foundation for a deal.

Tom Brady is getting all of the headlines, but the Patriots have 19 free agents to address this offseason. That list includes special teams stalwart Nate Given the uncertainty surrounding the New England organization this offseason as Tom Brady enters free agency , the Pats are surely taking a

NFL free agency hasn’t even started ("legal" tampering began Monday), but there’ s already been a measure of kicking and screaming locally as the Linebacker, left tackle and quarterback should all trump it. That’ s thanks in part to the big-ticket free agent signing the Patriots made last offseason

The Tennessee Titans make sense as a potential landing spot, what with Ryan Tannehill also scheduled to hit free agency and former Patriots standout Mike Vrabel manning the staff, and the Las Vegas Raiders have been speculated as suitors before, with reports indicating they're prepared to offer Brady $60 million over two years. The Giants, on the other hand, would make for perhaps the most surprising of the possibilities, at least considering how much general manager Dave Gettleman has talked up Jones. Of course, Giants head coach Joe Judge (formerly of the Patriots) only added fuel to the Brady to the Giants fire with his comments from the combine on Tuesday.

Then again, it's not that hard to play along. The Giants are loaded with salary cap space and could afford to give Brady big bucks. Their new head coach, Joe Judge, hails from the Patriots and declined to name any starters -- or even mention Jones by name, for that matter -- at the Combine this week. From Brady's perspective, meanwhile, you won't find many markets bigger than New York or many franchises as historic as the Giants. It'd also mark for a headlining, if ironic, close to Brady's career, allowing him a chance to win another title with the one team that stopped him from winning at least two more.

Jon Gruden bristles at Raiders being linked to Tom Brady in free agency .
The Raiders are a reported player in the Tom Brady sweepstakes, but don't tell that to head coach Jon Gruden.If you ask those who follow the NFL, they'll tell you the Las Vegas Raiders are a possible destination for Tom Brady in free agency.

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