Former Patriots quarterback fuels Tom Brady return rumors
Here we are again (for the 100th time): The former Patriots quarterback believes Tom Brady will return to the NFL in 2023.
At this point, there’s nothing else Tom Brady can do to convince the NFL community that he’s retired for good.
Just a day (one day) after Brady denied rumors about him joining the Miami Dolphins, former New England Patriots quarterback Scott Zolak has opened Pandora’s box once again.
Zolak said he believes Brady’s move to Miami “100 percent happened” and that he didn’t buy a “kitten tweet”.
One of the reasons Brady gave for not returning to the NFL is because he adopted a cat for his daughter, which Zolak has denied outright. As if it was unbelievable that a goat would do such a thing as dedicate his time to saving shelter animals. No, Brady’s real and only goal was to play football, and through the appearances of the former mediocre quarterback, he will continue to do so.
The former Patriots QB is fueling Tom Brady and Miami Dolphin rumors
Zolak could have used his platform to hypothesize Aaron Rodgers deals to the New York Jets, address dark horse Lamar Jackson, or discuss whatever else is going on in the NFL. Bryce Young is short. Travis Kelsey bits on SNL. Astroturf. Instead, he chose to keep pulling the nails out of Tom Brady’s coffin and pulling out any issue.
Brady’s second retirement seems even more final than his first, and the legend’s actions since then have lived up to his words. He is set to take an analyst job with FOX in 2024 and plans to treat this year as a gap year of sorts in which he will focus on the non-football parts of his life.
This includes, for example, the purchase of a cat for his daughter. Taking pictures of the thirst trap in his hotel room. He may call his loved ones from time to time. You know, normal people things.
Ultimately, people believe what they want to hear, and a large portion of the US population doesn’t want Brady to retire. As inflated as Brady’s ego may be, he’s happy with exactly where he is.