There is become a strong belief that Tom Brady will be playing for another NFL franchise in 2020 after spending the better part of of the past two decades with the New England Patriots.
On Sunday, a report suggested the six-time Super Bowl champ will meet with teams in free agency and is “eager” to mentor a young quarterback.
“It would be extremely surprising if Brady were to agree to any new pact with the Patriots prior to the start of free agency in March, I’m told, and while his process could still result in a return to New England it is far from certain at this point,” the report noted.
“Brady intends to take a methodical approach to his first foray into free agency, as, at age 42, this will be the final contract of his playing career.”
Brady would soon talk about his own free agency.
His comments after he was seen talking with Raiders owner Mark Davis in Las Vegas while attending UFC 246 at the T-Mobile Arena.
Brady has been linked to several organizations outside of the Patriots, namely the LA Chargers, Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans, Miami Dolphins and Indianapolis Colts.
A final decision from Brady should come at some point in the next few months, and whatever it might be, it is sure to make the NFL go crazy.