TO a mounth later Tom Brady more or less announced his retirement from NFL, there are still rumors about his potential comeback. The comments Brady made to the media did nothing to settle the issue, starting just days after his announcement was made in “Let’s go to!” podcast and said “never say never” when asked if he would return.
Now the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB has appeared on Radio SiriusXM with fred couples where he was asked about his next move. “Maybe you can tell us where you’re going?” the couples said, to which Brady again gave another vague answer.
“I’m telling you, I would like to have a clear idea of what the future holds for us,” Brady said, “I think there are a lot of great things for me and a lot of great opportunities that I know about, I said right after the football season . I was looking forward to spending time with my family. And I’ve been doing this for the last five weeks. And I know there will be a lot more of that too,” he continued.
“So, you know, I like to stay busy, that’s for sure. I played a little golf and I will see my parents tonight, which will be a real highlight for me on their territory. I will sleep in the same bed that I slept in when I was a child. I don’t think my mom knows that I’m coming home. So it’s just between my dad and me, it’s a little surprise. So I’m looking forward to that, looking forward to playing golf in the next few days and some more time with my family and then we’ll figure out where we’re going next.”
As you can see, Brady keeps giving very vague answers about his possible return to the NFL.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers won’t trade Brady if he officially returns to the NFL
If for some reason Tom Brady does decide to return to the game, the Buccaneers will have to become voluntary participants as they still retain his rights, so it is unlikely that he will return to the field. New England Patriots or by rumor San Francisco 49ers.
Coach Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bruce Aries made it clear that his team has no plans to trade Tom Brady if the legendary quarterback decides to come out of retirement. “No, that would be a bad deal,” Arians said when asked if the club would agree to trade Brady if he was looking for a new team. Rick Stroud belonging Tampa Bay Times reported.
The Arians also said they would only trade Brady if they received five first-round picks, making such a possibility unlikely.