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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jack Parkman, Feb 3, 2020.
Yeah there was little chance they'd move it now that free agency will dominate sports this week.
That just seems so weird they wouldn't give a shit to at least vote. I'd hope it's not like they didn't have the right contact info or anything either.
We are cutting Trufant
#Green Bay Packers
After all this talk, and people already think Brady's options are down to NE and TB? What happened to LV and LAC?
by people, are u referring to Simms?
I guess. Thought I saw it somewhere else, too, but that could have just been someone quoting his stuff.
Thank you for giving me hope something interesting might happen.
How is this fucker getting more money?
I mean he could be right but this seems like he’s just assuming, this is the 247 article
“From everything I’ve heard, it is down to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New England Patriots,” Simms said on Sunday. “I don’t think the Patriots are going to be willing to give Tom Brady $30 million per year type of money…Tampa Bay, I would bet is willing to spend bigger money on Tom Brady and maybe give him $30 million a year.”
After 20 seasons with the Patriots, there's a chance Brady could finish his career elsewhere, though he has kept his free agency plans close to the vest. ESPN’s Dianni Russini reported last week Brady's demands for his next deal includes a franchise that gives him a roster management role and influence on play-calling.
Adam Schefter said on Monday he isn't sure New England is an option.
"I don’t believe that Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are any closer to an agreement than they were last week or last month or any point this season, which continues to point to the fact -- more likely than not as we’ve talked about on this show -- Tom Brady leaves New England," Schefter said on SportsCenter. "What other teams are interested? …. We’ll see what Tom wants to do in this particular situation. The longer this goes on the harder it is to envision him in New England. I know a lot of people still think hell be back there. I would say, what evidence is there that he’s going to be?"
According to a recent report from ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the Patriots will have some stiff competition when it comes to retaining their superstar quarterback, but Simms believes the list is only two.
“I was told that at least eight teams showed their level of interest, informally, to Tom Brady,” Fowler said. “We know teams like the Bucs are big-game hunting at quarterback, potentially the Raiders, Chargers and others. There are no indications that Tom Brady isn’t going to enjoy those suitors. He’s going to go through the process with an open mind, though most execs around the league that I spoke to, they expect Brady to sign with New England at the end of the day … but there are going to be some fireworks before that happens
Blessings during such a virus
Has to be somewhere near the top of the list in terms of players who have been best at taking advantage of the system.
Todd Grantham of the NFL.
Sam Bradford >
I love Dave Gettleman so much.
#Tampa Bay Buccaneers
#New England Patriots
I really hope this season was a freak season for him and he isn’t out of gas already only 5 seasons in
This tag scared me. Thought the Lions did something stupid already.