You may remember back in March when a report from the Boston Globe claimed that Tom Brady was planning on going to the Miami Dolphins prior to the lawsuit filed by the team’s former head coach Brian Flores.
The report linking Brady to the Dolphins came via Globe reporter Ben Volin.
This week, he made even more shocking comments about Brady, but this news had more to do with the retirement letter the Bucs QB sent out where he did not thank the New England Patriots.
Volin essentially said Brady’s retirement announcement was for the Buccaneers only. According to Volin, Brady planned to play against the Patriots twice per season.
“He wasn’t saying goodbye to the Patriots, in fact, he was going to be seeing them twice a year in his new arrangement,” Volin explained.
Now that he is back with the Bucs, it is unlikely that Brady will face the Bucs ever again. Unless he has another trick up his sleeves and takes his talents elsewhere after the 2022 season is over.
Tom Brady, the seven-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback and future Hall of Famer, led the NFL in yards passing (5,316), touchdowns (43), completions (485), and attempts (719) in 2021, but the Buccaneers lost at home to the Los Angeles Rams in the divisional round.