Signs show Tom Brady is thinking about leaving the Patriots - Adam Schefter | Monday Night Countdown

Adam Schefter explains why a number of signs are pointing to Tom Brady thinking about leaving the New England Patriots in the 2020 NFL offseason.
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  1. I’m so sick of everyone trying to get Tom Brady to retire or move to another team he’s not going anywhere he staying right where he is he’s going to choose when it’s time for him to leave and that’s how that’s going to go

  2. Athletes leave franchises for accolades they haven't gotten. Except for Marino of course.

    Why would Tom Brady flop the end of his career if he went on to play with a team like the Titans for instance? Dude, the guys got 6 rings, a 7th on the way…why would you leave a winning franchise for more pay risking your legacy for what, two or three years more left? Nonesense.

  3. I wanna see how bad Bellichick will do without Brady. He was fired by Cleveland, if he was a good coach naturally and not with Brady then I wouldn’t think of him as a “OK coach.” I will NEVER like Brady tho. He’s a great man in Real Life but winning anyway you can? No, that’s cheating and I HATE cheaters.

  4. Brady sells house moves to Connecticut.
    Brady’s trainer sells house moves to Plymouth, Massachusetts. I don’t think he would leave for any team other than the 49ers to live out his Joe Montana fantasy. But it isn’t going to happen.

  5. "Thunderbolt" Tom Brady: It's TB2: The Sequel. "T-Bolt Tom" — As He'll Be Known — To Sign With The Los Angeles Chargers
    Some of "us" trolls recommend not waiting until the last minute to "pre-order" those Tom Brady, Los Angeles Chargers No. 12 replica jerseys! And here's why.

    If Tom Brady is confident in his physical and mental abilities to keep playing — while looking back on his odds-defying accomplishments and the obstacles he surmounted — the Los Angles Chargers just fit. "If" the success with the Patriots may indeed be "boring" him, which it seems like, what if he's being true to his nature by taking on a further challenge. Aptly, in the best geographic location for the NFL's — and maybe even all of American pro-sports' "Hollywood Man."

    The West Coast-team move also takes him — in the twilight of his career, apropos — back to his native California. Doesn't he have a residence in the Los Angeles area? Doesn't he have a lot of associations there?

    Face it. The Philip Rivers era with the Chargers is toast. Badly burned toast. Maybe not immediately, but in the near future. The Los Angeles Rams have what should be a long-term QB with Jared Goff. Isn't the AFC East getting a bit too easy for Brady? If he's looking for new adversaries, the AFC West would provide just that. That division is getting more competitive and "we" all know how Brady lives for that. Twice a year, at least, against the Chiefs, Broncos and the soon-to-be-a-powerhouse (Las Vegas) Raiders? That sounds like pure fun for Brady! Not to mention the inevitable matchup against his former team. To say Chargers at Patriots would be a huge event is like saying Beethoven made a little music and da Vinci "tinkered" with paint and canvas.

    "T-Bolt Tom" mania ensues in "The City Of Angels." TB2: "T-Bolt Tom, The Sequel".

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