Hours after a photograph of Tom Brady started more hypothesis about his questionable future, the Patriots legend said he is “open-minded” about playing for another group next season.
“I’m open-minded about the process,” Brady said Sunday in his week by week meet with Westwood One radio, when inquired as to whether he would consider leaving the main establishment he’s fit up for.
“At the same time, I love playing football and I want to continue to play and do a great job. I’m looking forward to what’s ahead. Whatever the future may bring, I’ll embrace it with open arms.”
Brady is qualified to enter free office in March without precedent for his 20-year profession, and has said he needs to keep playing.
Regarding where the 42-year-old future Hall of Famer will wind up has been the greatest story outside of the NFL end of the season games, where the Patriots incredibly lost to the 6th seeded Titans in the trump card round.
CBS detailed Brady will meet with groups during free organization and the talk plant was fanned after a photograph indicated grinning Brady visiting with Raiders proprietor Mark Davis on Saturday at UFC 246 in Las Vegas.
The Raiders, who are setting out on their first season in Quite a while Vegas, aren’t accepted to be sold on momentum quarterback Derek Carr and could plan to bait the six-time Super Bowl champ.
That Brady and his family additionally moved into a $9 million Greenwich, Conn., home after beforehand posting their 10,000-square-foot manor in Brookline, Mass. has additionally persuaded he won’t be a Patriot next season.
Brady to date has made recently over $235 million with the Patriots, and proprietor Robert Kraft appears to pay more to keep his establishment quarterback.
“My hope and prayer is number one, he plays for the Patriots,” Kraft told. “Or number two, he retires. He has the freedom to decide what he wants to do and what’s in his own best personal interest.”
While Brady wasn’t as prevailing this past season, close by an unsatisfying supporting cast, there is conviction he could in any case help a contender.
Should Brady and the Patriots go separate ways, New England could go to reinforcement Jarrett Stidham, who intrigued partners during training as a youngster last season.
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