Tom Brady is the greatest player in the history of the entire NFL. Overall, he was able to win seven Super Bowls. Six of these were with the New England Patriots, and one was with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Although he struggled in his final season with the Bucs, there is this sense that he could still very much play in the NFL. After all, there are plenty of quarterbacks who are in the league right now that suck.
There has particularly been one rumor involving Brady and the Miami Dolphins. Of course, Brady has made it clear that he has retired from the game of football. However, these rumors concerning the Dolphins are persisting. Brady has been tied to the South Florida team for quite some time now, and that seemingly won't change. Interestingly enough, Brady replied to these rumors earlier in the week, saying that he has a kitten now, and will not be going back to the field. Despite these public statements, there are some people out there who are still pushing the narrative that TB12 will return.
Tom Brady To The Dolphins?
According to former quarterback turned broadcast Scott Zolak, Brady is definitely considering the Dolphins. "Brady may go to Miami. I think that's in play. I do," Zolak said. "I think the possibility of him coming out of retirement is definitely 100 percent in play. You can sit there and look at the kitten tweet. Don't buy that." These are some interesting comments, although it is hard to believe that Brady would unretire for a second time. At a certain point, the legendary quarterback needs to be decisive. If he were to come back, it would be a collective eye-roll for the entire NFL fanbase.
Needless to say, the NFL offseason is going to continue to be very interesting. Quarterbacks like Aaron Rodgers are also in the midst of making big decisions that can shake up the league. If Brady does decide to come back, then the AFC East could be a major story. This is especially true since Rodgers is in discussions with the New York Jets. Stay tuned to HNHH for the latest news from around the NFL world.