Two Teams Previously Linked to Tom Brady are Reportedly Out on Free Agent QB

Andy Hart
March 02, 2020 - 8:39 am

In recent weeks it seemed each passing day brought a potential new rumored landing NFL landing spot for Tom Brady as the veteran approaches free agency for the first time in his 20-year career.

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But coming off a week in Indy for the NFL Scouting Combine, Sports Illustrated reports that two potential Brady suitors are not at all interested in TB12’s services. While SI actually handicaps the Patriots and Titans as having similar odds of landing Brady for the 2020 season, not all the teams rumored to be in the mix may truly intend to go shopping for a G.O.A.T. in free agency.

The Giants and Colts aren’t among those suitors. You can cross them off the list. I was told pretty emphatically that neither will be in the mix if Brady does make it to free agency,” SI writes.

Elsewhere in the breakdown of the current state of Brady’s impending free agency, SI declares that “the Krafts won’t intervene,” meaning Robert Kraft isn’t going to undercut Bill Belichick in this complicated process.

SI also notes that “off-field factors won’t be irrelevant,” an indication that both TB12 business considerations and family comfort could play a role in the decision of where Brady plays his NFL games moving forward.

Take this latest report for what it’s worth and remember, there are now barely more than two weeks left in Brady Watch 2020!

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