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Tom Brady’s possible return

Will Tom Brady be signing on for one more season?
A throwback of Tom and Mayo after a game in 2010. (LAPESSE)

Tom Brady, in the past week, has appeared in the headlines with a potential new deal with the Patriots being talked about. This would not on the field, but rather a coaching job, to coach along side Jerod Mayo, the new head coach. 

Brady collecting his sixth Super Bowl ring, in 2017, with the Patriots. (Getty Images)

The Patriots, following the recent draft, are trying to establish a new team identity now that Bill Belichick is no longer the head coach. Mayo did an interview with sports radio WEEI’s “The Greg Hill Show” talking about the possibility of having Tom back on the field. He stated that he doubts that Brady will be walking back to the Patriots anytime soon. 

Brady has done a recent interview with the “DeepCuts” podcast, and it included multiple comments about coming back. The future Hall Of Famer spent 20 seasons with the Patriots, winning six Super Bowls. He has been looking at other job opportunities.

Brady has signed on to be a co-host on FOX Sports this summer, which he has announce he is excited about. He is looking forward to being with his new team at the FOX Sports ring as his time has past; “I was a gladiator out there, and now my time has moved on” (ESPN). 

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Tom Brady’s 23rd season in the NFL, signed onto the Buccaneers. (Getty Images)

Even if he did come back to the Patriots, some New Englanders might not accept him back after his departure from the team to go to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was  in a 10 part series with the Patriots former coaches, Kraft and Belichick, on Apple TV+, where his crying told Kraft, “everything I needed to know” (People Magazine) about the Patriots. 

He has begun a new campaign with Hertz that he is very excited about. It’s called Let’s Go! That is all about sports, as he promotes traveling. He explains to People Magazine as one of his favorite hobbies, appearing in a new commercial. 

Tom Brady is 46 years old, and the current average retirement age for being an NFL quarterback is “28.5 years old” (CBS Sports). Now, Brady is one of the 15 of the oldest quarterbacks in NFL history. Finally, Tom is signing out and allowing for a new spotlight to be shown. 

Who will be the next future star of the NFL? Will the Patriots see Tom, again? Not likely, but never say never.

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Gwyneth Johnson
Gwyneth Johnson, Staff Reporter
I'm a junior student-athlete at Sutton Highschool. I participate in many clubs at school that help me pursue my interests in marketing and leadership. Though I would not describe myself as a highly social person, I do enjoy hanging out with my friends, team dinners, and getting to know new people. My favorite color has been red for a long time, and I love binge watching movies and TV shows.

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