The future of Tom Brady and where he will play in 2020 is the biggest discussion this offseason that doesn’t involve the coronavirus crippling sports in the United States.
On Tuesday, Colin Cowherd took to Twitter and shook up the internet and stated he received a text message stating that Tom Brady had made his decision.
He left that vague tweet out there before he would head to his show and drop the news and reveal that Tom Brady was headed to the Tampa bay Bucs.
Colin Cowherd: “I was told 35 minutes ago that Tom Brady signs tomorrow with Tampa Bay. He had made a decision and talked to Tampa Bay yesterday. He was willing to re-sign with New England but he watched Stefon Diggs and DeAndre Hopkins go to other franchises and then called Robert Kraft an hour and a half later and said ‘I’M OUT’… I am told Tampa is the choice and he will sign tomorrow… This is not a ‘football source’, it is a ‘Icon source’, and somebody in Tom’s stratosphere that knows Tom, and who is a famous person. He says Tampa.”
The Chargers and Buccaneers have been the two most talked about teams who would be possible suitors for the 42-year-old legend.
At his disposal if he signs with Tampa is Mike Evans, who is only the second receiver in NFL history to amass six-straight 1,000-receiving yard seasons to begin his career. He would also have Godwin who made second-team All-Pro last season, and finished 3rd in the league in receiving yards.
Not to mention, the team boasts head coach Bruce Arians as well.