Undoubtedly, announcing his retirement generated massive attention to the league and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The team that he helped build might crumble without its leader.
If his departure was enormous news, his return became viral.
However, football fans and experts couldn’t help but speculate the connection between his return and Bruce Arians giving way to Todd Bowles as Buccaneers head coach.
Some say Brady wanted to play his 23rd NFL season without Arians at the helm.
While no one can factually conclude that inner dealings happened, fans are dissecting another cryptic Brady tweet.
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) April 17, 2022
There are limitless theories about this tweet, but the most resounding is that the four play-callers will participate in a golf event.
Last season, Brady and Rodgers participated in the fourth edition of “The Match” golf event.
The seven-time Super Bowl winner teamed up with Phil Mickelson, while the reigning MVP played with Bryson DeChambeau.
Rodgers and DeChambeau won, 3 and 2, at the event held at The Reserve at Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Montana.
Could It Mean Something Else?
There have been speculations regarding a trade that will send Brady to the Miami Dolphins.
This tweet could hint that the deal is in place, but it won’t make sense to tag Rodgers, who plays for the Green Bay Packers in the NFC.
The Buccaneers and the Dolphins have also constantly denied the rumors of a potential move.
In that case, the tweet could warn Allen, Mahomes, and Rodgers that Brady will target his fourth Most Valuable Player award.
Rodgers is the current MVP, while Mahomes and Allen could also be in the running.
After this article went up, an update was revealed.
The Match is back: Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers will be going up against Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes for a 2v2 golf match on June 1. TNT will carry “The Match” starting at 6:30pm EST.
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) April 18, 2022
It turns out the tweet was golf-related all along.