Header Ban

NFL fans send social media into frenzy with theories of Tom Brady's return to New England

In an unexpected turn of events, the New England Patriots have decided to release Bailey Zappe and Malik Cunningham, their backup and third string quarterbacks, leaving Mac Jones as the lone signal-caller on the team. This development has given rise to chatter among fans about a potentially monumental return of the franchise's greatest quarterback, Tom Brady.

Brady, who finalized his retirement post-2022 season, is no stranger to last-minute changes in his career. He had previously hinted at retiring before the last season but changed his mind. With that context, a wave of optimism has overtaken fans, leading them to wonder if a 2023 season appearance could be in the cards for Brady.

If it were up to NFL fans, Brady and Belichik would be up for a reunion

If it were up to NFL fans, Brady and Belichik would be up for a reunion

Curiously, Brady is already slated to make an appearance at the Patriots' home ground, Gillette Stadium, on September 10th for a special event. Team owner Robert Kraft has labeled the occasion as a tribute game to thank Brady for his unparalleled contributions to the franchise. The timing of this celebration has only added fuel to the speculative fire.

However, factors weigh against another unexpected U-turn from Brady. He has recently expanded his professional portfolio, acquiring a minor ownership stake in the Las Vegas Raiders and reportedly preparing to take on a broadcasting role with Fox Sports in the coming season. Furthermore, Brady has been adamant about the ending of his latest retirement decision.

Despite Brady's unwavering statements and ventures outside of football, the speculation refuses to die down. Fans can't help but wonder if the sudden absence of backup quarterbacks in New England might pave the way for a return of the iconic, seven-time Super Bowl winner.

Adblock test (Why?)

No comments

Powered by Blogger.