Tom Brady Not Returning To Patriots In 2020
Tom Brady is not returning to the New England Patriots in 2020. That much is becoming increasingly clear.
Free agency officially commences on March 18. At that point, Brady and all the organizations who are interested in acquiring his services will be free to talk shop.
To date, there have been conflicting reports regarding how much of a market is out there for the 42-year-old.
The San Francisco 49ers seem officially be out of the sweepstakes. Same with the Tennessee Titans.
That presumably leaves the Los Angeles Chargers, Indianapolis Colts, Las Vegas Raiders, Miami Dolphins and Buccaneers as potential options.
Recently, Tom E. Curran of NBC Sports went on the Dan Patrick show to discuss where he thinks Brady will ultimately end up.
The hunt to figure out where Tom Brady will be next season continues… @TomeCurran told us what he foresees next week regarding the Tom Brady saga.
— Dan Patrick Show (@dpshow) March 14, 2020
“Bottom line, he’s not going to come back here, not the way things are trending now,” Curran said.
“Dale Arnold from WEEI saying that part of that was based around the fact that Belichick said we can’t pay you more than last year,” Curran continued.
“So what I was told it’s acting if he was still under contract, that makes sense if that’s what he was told because that’s what you tell a guy who doesn’t have any leverage.”
A lot of questions will be answered come March 18. If Brady does end u leaving, though, it would be one of the most consequential moves in the NFL of the past decade.