Tom Brady Confirms He Is Done With Patriots
Tom Brady confirms he is done with the Patriots in his latest surprising move.
Brady, 42, is in the midst of a very underling year with New England right now.
Although the Patriots only have three losses on the year and still sit atop the AFC East, that is due far more to their ferocious defense than anything the offense has done.
There has been a lot of speculation in recent weeks that Brady may call it quits this year and move on from New England.
The Los Angeles Chargers and Denver Broncos have both been mentioned as potential destinations, and Brady’s father even confirmed that his son’s future with the Patriots was uncertain.
On Tuesday, Brady signaled once more that he was officially done with New England.
In a surprising move, Brady announced that he is stepping down from his post as regional ambassador for the Best Buddies Challenge in Massachusetts.
Per Brady’s press release, he is now passing the torch to Julian Edelman, Jayson Tatum and Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy III.
“I am incredibly proud of all the great things that we have accomplished with the Best Buddies Challenge: Hyannis Port over the years and I look forward to continuing to support the organization as a Global Ambassador,” Brady said.
Naturally, many can’t help but wonder why Brady would suddenly choose now to shift away from something specifically located near his current digs in New England?
Could it be because he does not plan to be in New England much longer?
Don’t forget, earlier this year Brady and his wife also put their Boston-area home up for sale.
The signs are all pointing in one direction.
Is it a lock that Brady will leave town? Clearly not. Anything can happen, and he may end up staying. But at the moment, all the signals he is sending out seem to indicate that Brady’s days in New England are numbered.