In his lawsuit against the team, former head coach Brian Flores shared that a quarterback was present on owner Stephen M. Ross’s yacht.
Brady was later identified as that person, and the entire proceedings would have violated tampering rules.
Now, people are still pushing for that narrative, even if it has been constantly denied or debunked.
However, The Bucs Wire’s Luke Easterling shared a rumored potential trade package for the seven-time Super Bowl winner.
It's entirely possible that the Dolphins may have wanted to offer a 2nd-round pick to the Bucs for Tom Brady.
It's absolutely hilarious to think that the Bucs would have accepted that offer.
— Luke Easterling (@LukeEasterling) April 24, 2022
Easterling tweeted, “It’s entirely possible that the Dolphins may have wanted to offer a 2nd-round pick to the Bucs for Tom Brady. It’s absolutely hilarious to think that the Bucs would have accepted that offer.”
A Low-Ball Offer From Miami
A quarterback like Brady is worth a first-round pick because he’s still at the peak of his game.
It didn’t look like he slowed down after throwing for 5,316 yards and 43 touchdowns last season.
Therefore, the Buccaneers should have an opportunity to replace him if the trade talks are factual.
But trading away Brady is ridiculous, even if the Dolphins offer a massive package.
Why would Tampa Bay part ways with a quarterback that has the locker room’s respect?
Besides, using a pick to draft a quarterback in 2022 might be a waste of time.
Teams do not highly fancy this year’s prospects under center despite seeing them at the Combine and their pro days.
But it would take a king’s ransom to take him out of Tampa Bay, given that he’s the team’s heart and soul.