Tom Brady’s playing career after 2022 season remains undecided as report says ‘all options are on the table’
Tom Brady’s status for the 2023 season — whether with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or another NFL team — isn’t entirely clear, but a new report on Sunday shed light on what the quarterback- rear might think.
Brady is in the final year of his contract with the Buccaneers. He led the team to its second Super Bowl title in franchise history in 2020 and achieved MVP-worthy numbers in 2021. He had a host of personal struggles in 2022, but overcame them and propelled Tampa Bay to the top of the NFC South. .
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But the continuation for the seven-time champion remains uncertain.
According to the NFL Network, “all options are on the table for Brady.” The report appeared to be a direct counter after Brady announced last February that he would be quitting football after the Buccaneers were kicked out of the divisional round of the playoffs by the Los Angeles Rams.
Prior to joining the Buccaneers in 2020, several teams were after the quarterback when the New England Patriots star hit the market, including the San Francisco 49ers and Las Vegas Raiders.
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Brady will face the 49ers on Sunday in a comeback game for the native of San Mateo, Calif. Niners coach Kyle Shanahan was asked if he was surprised by the 45-year-old’s quality of play.
“I’d like to say, ‘Of course not,’ but…when you watch it that first week in Tampa, you’re like, ‘What did anyone think?’
Shanahan, who died signing Brady in 2020, was quick to shower Brady with even more praise.
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“He’s playing the position better than anyone, and he’s definitely the GOAT from what I’ve seen, but I’m not saying that just because he won the Super Bowl,” Shanahan said. “I say it because of the way he plays the position. The ball always goes to the right place, and that answer is based on a thousand different things that could be clashes, it could be the cover that could be based on the low and distance, time in the game, how the defense plays.”
Fox News’ Chantz Martin contributed to this report.