When obviously trying to joke around with Aaron Judge and a split contract between football and baseball, Tom Brady may make Buccaneers fans very happy when discussing “next year.”
Many of us have just accepted that 2022 is going to be the final season with Tom Brady as the starting quarterback of the Buccaneers.
After a short retirement just a few months ago, all signs seemed to point to this season being the farewell tour for one of the greatest athletes of all time.
Could Brady flip that script and stay in Tampa longer? It may actually be on the table after a surprising comment from Brady.
While very little of it has been confirmed just yet, it does look like some large changes are coming in Brady’s family life. It certainly stands to reason that not being in a marriage with a wife that wants you to retire could be just what the GOAT needs to stay in the league a few more years.
If Brady and Gisele really are on the out, why retire now when Tampa’s quarterback is still playing some of the best football of his career?
Tom Brady sure isn’t doing much to shut those rumors down. He even slipped up and gave fans another reason to think he could be back next season in an interview with Aaron Judge.
Brady was trying to recruit Judge to Tampa for “next year.”
We get that this was all a part of a joke, but Brady is implying here that he will be in Tampa in 2023. Could there be some truth to that? We would sure like to think so.
Tom Brady is still playing at a very high level. If he wants to stay with the Buccaneers and keep winning games, who are the Bucs to tell him that is off the table?
Here’s to “next year.”
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