Tom Brady has been retired for a few weeks now, but that doesn’t mean the GOAT is ever going to fall out of the news cycle.
In fact, he was a topic of conversation at the NFL Scouting Combine on Tuesday when Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians was asked if Brady would be welcomed back with the Buccaneers if he decided to come out of retirement.
“That door is never closed,” Arians said. “Whenever Tom wants to come back, he’s back. … If Tom wants to come back, we’ll have plenty of money for him.”
When asked about the possibility of a Tom Brady trade on Tuesday, Arians set the price at a whopping five first-round picks.
“Five No. 1’s,” he said, per Tampa Bay insider Rick Stroud.
Brady finished the season with 5,316 yards passing and 43 passing touchdowns.
Brady ended his 22-year career with an all-time record of 243-73-0, while throwing for 84,520 passing yards. Brady is the all-time leader in passing yards, touchdowns and quarterback wins.
Even if he decided to come back at age 45, any team would love to have him on their squad.