The NFL will not feel the same without legendary quarterback Tom Brady.
Even though he has already announced his retirement, people can not stop wondering if he will come back.
We have never seen a player like Brady who would seemingly be lost without football.
That is why he came back to play last season after announcing his retirement before the 2022 season.
So once again the rumors are circulating that Brady might return for another season.
According to Rich Eisen, Brady might not be done playing, and he might come back to join the Dolphins.
Tom Brady might not be “done after all" with his playing in the NFL, according to @RichEisenShow who talked to people in Indy.
"Folks are saying keep an eye on Miami." pic.twitter.com/G554c1AI6p
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) March 6, 2023
The NFL combine is a time when all teams get together to scout the upcoming draft prospects.
But, there is also plenty of rumors and trade talks that go around as well.
After seeing this report, Brady doubled down on his retirement.
He stated that the newest addition to his family will stop him from coming back to play.
“Anyone who thinks I have time to come back to the NFL has never adopted a 2 month old kitten for their daughter,” Brady tweeted.
Anyone who thinks I have time to come back to the NFL has never adopted a 2 month old kitten for their daughter. https://t.co/Qzf2H4vr1j
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) March 7, 2023
It appears that Brady has no interest in returning to the NFL.
While a handful of teams would love to have him as a starting quarterback, it does not seem likely.
The NFL will have to move on without Brady, and all the quarterbacks will continue chasing his legacy.
His seven Super Bowl titles will likely never be matched, and his longevity is something rarely seen in sports.
No player ever had success playing until 45 years old until Brady came around.
Depending on how the rest of this offseason goes, this may not be the last time we hear about a potential Brady return.
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