Tom Brady Considers NFL Comeback, Mentions Potential Destinations

Photo: Instagram/Tom Brady

Tom Brady, the former NFL star who retired twice in the past two years, has hinted at a possible return to football. 

Speaking on "DeepCuts with VicBlends," produced by Shadow Lion, Brady said he's open to coming back if a team needs him.

"I'm not opposed to it," Brady said. "I'll always be in good shape, always be able to throw the ball. So to come in for a little bit, like M.J. coming back? I wouldn't be opposed to it."

Photo: Instagram/Tom Brady

Brady compared himself to NBA legend Michael Jordan, who retired three times between 1993-2003. Brady's potential return is tied to his pending NFL ownership. 

He's awaiting approval as a minority owner of the Las Vegas Raiders, and if approved, he'd need league-wide approval to play again.


When asked about potential teams, Brady joked about returning to the New England Patriots or joining the San Francisco 49ers or Las Vegas Raiders. 

Brady last played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2022 and is currently a free agent, making him available to all teams for the 2024 season.

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Source: CBS Sports
 

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