Tom Brady: the player could return to the NFL with Raiders or Patriots – El Sol de México

Tom Brady officially retired more than a year ago, but the quarterback himself fueled the illusion of the fans of the Patriots or the Raidersby ensuring that, in the event of an emergency, I wouldn’t rule out his return to the gridirons. At 46 years old, the former quarterback remains in good physical shape, so he feels capable of doing it at a good level.

“Patriots, Raiders, you never know, but I wouldn’t object. I will always be in good shape and if I can pass the ball, I would not object. “Then he could come back, it would be like if Michael Jordan came back,” he assured. Tom Brady.

The fact that the teams mentioned are the Patriots and Raiders is no coincidence. The former quarterback played for two decades in New England and was recently linked as shareholder minority of the Raiders from Las Vegas. If an opportunity presents itself, this condition could stop his return.

“I don’t know if they would let me do it if I became an owner of an NFL team, I don’t know, but what I can say right now Maybe if it happens I wouldn’t be opposed to returning”explained the seven-time Super Bowl winner.

In past weeks, Tom Brady and Commissioner Roger Goodell held meetings to discuss the issue. According to the manager, everything is going well. “We went through a very thorough process. “We have been in contact with their side and I think they have been making progress.”

Could Tom Brady return to the NFL?

Tom Brady spent most of his career in New England Patriotsthere he built one of the greatest dynasties that can be remembered in sports, with six Super Bowls in a total of 20 seasons. After winning it all, Tom Brady signed with the Buccaneers, the team with which he also won the championship. After three years in Tampa Bay he finally decided to retire at the age of 45.

Before saying goodbye to grills, The quarterback was linked to teams like the 49ers, Dolphins and RaidersHowever, there was no agreement.

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