Tom Brady’s future has become a major topic of conversation around the NFL this week as many experts like ESPN’s Adam Schefter truly believe the legend will be on hi sway out of New England after the 2019 season. By out, he doesn’t mean retired, he means heading to another team at his advanced age.
He isn’t the only that thinks that.
CBS Sports Jason La Canfoa believes that if Brady does indeed leave the Patriots, he might be headed West.
“…several sources who know him well believe there would be one team to clearly watch: the Los Angeles Chargers.
Most of the teams expected to be in need of a quarterback wouldn’t garner any attention from him (Cincinnati, Tampa, rebuilding Miami, Tennessee), but the Chargers would have a unique appeal to Brady on multiple levels, the sources said, while it’s also something the league would covet given the Chargers’ current struggles to sell PSLs and sponsorships at the glistening new stadium they will share with the Rams in Inglewood beginning next fall.”
It should be noted that Brady trains often in Southern California and has family that is in the state. He also holds training camp there and his business partner and trainer lives there (Alex Guerrero) as does his throwing specialist (Tom House).
If he truly wants to play the game off football until he is 45-years-old, then heading to the Chargers might be the way to go.