Since there are now reports that Tom Brady may return to play, it’s possible that Baker Mayfield and Kyle Trask aren’t looking so good in practice. Buccaneers safety Antoine Winfield Jr. recently stated on Richard Sherman’s show that he thinks his team is still attempting to convince Brady to sign a contract extension with them.
Tom Brady’s potential return to his team
According to Pro Football Talk, Winfield Jr. remarked, “I’m sure we’re still reaching out to him to see if he’s trying to come back to the team.” Hey, that might occur. Everything is conceivable. According to Pro Football Talk, Sherman claimed he wouldn’t put anything past Brady, and Winfield responded, “It’s up in the air, man.”
Tom Brady Retirement
Brady, 45, announced his retirement following the Buccaneers’ season last year, and he has been categorical that he has no intention of doing so again this year. The New England Patriots intend to pay tribute to him at their home opener against the Philadelphia Eagles on September 10. He is also apparently trying to purchase a stake in the Las Vegas Raiders.
Therefore, as PFT said, a lot of things would need to alter or delayed in order for this to all come together. But as PFT also noted, whether or not Brady plays for the Buccaneers this season, his $35 million cap hit will fall on the team.
They would therefore benefit from having him on the team. Of course. Additionally, Tampa Bay recently unveiled a creamsicle jersey that can be purchased through the official shop. So, perhaps.
Even though Brady did not appear as sharp as in the past, he still managed to throw for 4,694 yards, 25 touchdowns, and nine interceptions last season while playing for Tampa Bay. And if he has already taken his final snap, he will go down in history as probably the greatest quarterback — and possibly the best player — ever.