The Miami Dolphins don’t seem to be done this offseason after trading for Tyreek Hill.
According to NESN’s Dale Arnold, the Dolphins are working on a trade for Tom Brady. Yes, the same Tom Brady who just came out of retirement to play in his 23rd NFL season, at the age of 45.
Despite Thursday’s rumors that the future Hall of Famer might get traded to the Dolphins this offseason, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reported that Brady was staying put:
If Brady were to become a Dolphin, he would have Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill as his top two weapons, which would instantly make them a Super Bowl favorite, you’d think. It also makes you wonder what the team would do with Tua going forward. Do they trade him in a deal for Brady, send him to another team for some picks, or have him sit behind Brady and learn from the GOAT for a year or two?
It should also be noted that the Dolphins signed left tackle Terron Armstead, which would give Brady even more protection and incentive to move further down South to play football.