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Titans Star Reacts To Team Signing Tom Brady

Titans Star Reacts To Team Signing Tom Brady

Titans Star Reacts To Team Signing Tom Brady

A Tennessee Titans star reacted to his team potentially signing free agent quarterback Tom Brady this offseason.

Wide receiver A.J. Green spoke to the media recently about the situation currently brewing in Tennessee. Essentially, the team has been linked repeatedly to Brady over the past few weeks, and many are unclear as to what that means for last year’s starter, Ryan Tannehill.

Furthermore, it is unclear who Titans players would prefer at this stage. Just last month, running back Derrick Henry came out and vehemently supposed Tannehill over a potential Brady partnership.

Brown sort of went in that direction as well, but he still acknowledged that it would be pretty cool to play with the future Hall of Famer.

“Of course, we would want Ryan back, of course,” Brown said on SiriusXM NFL Radio.

“I’ve got chemistry with him already, so, going into Year Two, I feel like it would just grow more.”

That being said, Brown was still clearly jazzed about the prospect of playing with Brady.

“But unfortunately, if things don’t go as planned and we get Tom Brady or whatever, like, who wouldn’t want to play with Tom Brady?” he continued.

“I’m just going to be honest. He knows how to do it. He’s won Super Bowls, and I really want to be around him. If we’re fortunate enough to get Tom Brady this year, that would be insane.”

Last season, Tennessee made it all the way to the AFC Championship Game essentially with Tannehill serving as a game manager. Presumably, Brady would be able to offer up at least that much production.

If the Titans were that competitive with Tannehill as their starter in 2019, it is scary to think of how good the team could be with Brady in 2020.

Related: Did Tennessee’s Brandon Davis Shoot Himself In Leg?

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