NFL fans believe they know where Tom Brady will be plying his trade next season, though the quarterback has insisted (quite rudely) that he’s still not sure what he’s going to do this year.
Brady, 45, could decide to hang it up after the greatest NFL career in league history but there’s also a chance he returns to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for one more season. The overriding notion, however, paints a picture of the legendary quarterback playing in a new uniform next season.
The Las Vegas Raiders, New York Jets, and even the Minnesota Vikings are thought to be possible destinations. But fans think Brady is set for San Francisco, which has been a rumored landing spot for several months.
The Niners are fresh off a loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game after one of the most bizarre quarterback sequences ever. The team’s third-string QB carried them through the latter part of the regular season, and balled out doing so, after they lost their starter and his backup to injury.
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That third-string signal-caller, Brock Purdy, also helped fire the 49ers to wins in the wild card and divisional rounds but was injured shortly after kickoff against the Eagles on Sunday. San Francisco was forced to call on their fourth option in Josh Johnson, but he shockingly got injured too.
Their star running back, Christian McCaffrey was up next and made a single throw – an unsuccessful one – before the injured Purdy returned for one himself.
Be that as it may, the 49ers still have three top QBs on their books and it will be interesting to see how they go about their business in the offseason. The NFL world now seems to think Brady will play out his swansong campaign for the team he grew up supporting.
The Niners’ QB situation is definitely one to watch but there’s still lots of intrigue to be had elsewhere, with an Aaron Rodgers trade a possibility while Derek Carr should be on the move. Lamar Jackson could also be headed elsewhere after the Super Bowl brings 2022/23 to a close.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.