The Las Vegas Raiders might need to break the emergency glass and pursue a new quarterback.
Jimmy Garoppolo’s foot injury could lead to his contract being voided, and some believe he won’t be ready to play at all next season.
With that in mind, Tom Brady’s name has once again emerged as a likely possibility to take the reins and make yet another comeback from retirement.
Tom Brady is not coming back, from Tom Brady pic.twitter.com/1DrYsyfAkl
— Robin Lundberg (@robinlundberg) June 1, 2023
That’s why Sports Illustrated’s Robin Lundberg reached out to him to ask him directly if there was any possibility of him coming back again.
Brady claimed that he’s 100% done with playing football and made it quite clear that he has no intention whatsoever of unretiring again.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion added that he’s looking forward to his broadcasting career with FOX starting next year and that he’s also quite involved and excited about the opportunity to become a minority owner for the Raiders.
Last but not least, Brady added that he’s spending as much time as he can with his kids, watching them grow, and supporting them with his projects, which is also a job he’s taking quite seriously.
Then again, not even hearing Brady himself making it loud and clear that he has no intention of putting up the pads and taking the gridiron again might be enough for people to stop speculating about his future.
But for now, the rest of the league can rest assured and calmed knowing that the most dominant player of all time won’t be back on the field.NEXT: The Colts Have Signed A Veteran Defensive End