Tom Brady Headed To New York Giants?
Is Tom Brady headed to the New York Giants?
Brady, 42, is set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
The six-time champion and future Hall of Famer is being recruited by multiple organizations.
The Los Angeles Chargers, Indianapolis Colts, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans and Las Vegas Raiders have all been mentioned as potential destinations.
Currently, in most sports books, the Raiders are the favorites to land him – followed by the Chargers and Colts.
This past week, Scott Zolak of Zolak & Bertrand proposed an interesting new potential landing spot for Brady: New York.
According to Zolak, someone “not from the Brady side by very connected” told him that the Giants are a possible destination for the superstar quarterback.
Brady’s history with the Giants is an interesting one, obviously. The only man to ever defeat Brady in multiple Super Bowls is the recently retired Eli Manning.
What makes this suggestion especially odd, however, is the fact that the Giants seemingly have a starting quarterback already in Daniel Jones.
The second-year passer showed flashes of stardom during his rookie campaign, so it would seem odd that New York would want to stunt that by bringing in a veteran like Brady.
That said, in the NFL – anything can happen. Time will tell if Zolak’s sources are truly as good as he seems to think they are.