It was just an advertisement?!?
The collective groan you read for the duration of Tremendous Bowl Sunday was from any individual who used additional than a handful of seconds striving dissect the cryptic tweet from Tom Brady just a couple days previously. The shortly-to-be no cost agent quarterback posted a image of himself going for walks into (out of?) a stadium, and it sent social media abuzz.
Besides it wasn’t any clue about his foreseeable future, just Hulu remaining pushed by a six-time Super Bowl winner.
Brady did present a just one-liner that football persons will chew on, nevertheless:
“But me? I’m not going wherever.”
Does that mean he’s not leaving New England, the place he’s invested the very last two decades? Or just not retiring? Fortunately, we’ll have some clarity on all of this up coming thirty day period when the new league year commences.
Brady will be 43 at the begin of the 2020 time, but there are most surely other groups interested in his products and services if he’s not back with the Patriots. The Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders have been popular guesses, with Peter King throwing out Tampa Bay as a prospective destination, as well.
Joe Montana, who played for both equally of this Sunday’s Super Bowl members, has urged Brady to keep set.
“It’s not quick to go to another group and get accepted, no subject how a great deal success you have experienced and how several several years you’ve played,” Montana informed NFL.com’s Michael Silver. “They even now want to see you occur in and be the similar participant and be that faithful to them as you have been to the other staff you just left. So, it is not simple (for) fellas searching at that transform, specifically at the quarterback posture.”
Irrespective of the potential, it’s been a rather fantastic operate in New England.