New team emerges as unique Tom Brady trade destination

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No one should buy for a second that Tom Brady is leaving retirement. But if he does, the Buccaneers sending him to Miami is interesting.

Despite the fact that no one in the NFL believes Tom Brady is truly retired, the odds that he actually makes a return are extremely low. Signing on to get involved in the movie business doesn’t seem like the move of a guy that is gearing up to play in 2022, but crazier things have happened.

No one on the planet legitimately knows how to predict Brady’s moves before they happen, so we will address his recent destination rumors with a sense of realism.

While most people seem to think that Brady wants to play in San Francisco, the former Buccaneers quarterback has also been linked to the Miami Dolphins by Mike Florio.

San Francisco seems to make much more sense as a place that Brady would like to play in, but Miami makes much more sense as a trade partner for the Bucs.

Tua Tagovailoa is a far more interesting trade option than Jimmy Garoppolo. This trade also has the benefit of sending Brady to a different conference, but it really comes down to whether or not Brady wants to play in Miami.

Still, we aren’t sold for a second that this deal will come to pass based on Brady’s recent actions. Guys that don’t spend their whole time preparing to play the game put themselves in danger, and if Brady legitimately wanted to play next season he would already be putting that work in to learn a new playbook.

Regardless, the Buccaneers would be lucky to land a player like Tua rather than losing Brady for nothing. The young Dolphins quarterback hasn’t achieved much success or consistency yet, but at least he is far more exciting than Blaine Gabbert.

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