Tom Brady could get $30M-plus offer from Patriots

MIAMI FLORIDA- FEBRUARY 02 Tom Brady of the New England Patriots talks with NFL Hall of Famer Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens prior to Super Bowl LIV between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs at Hard Rock Stadium

Tom Brady could get $30M-plus offer from Patriots

The six-time Super Bowl champion will be a free agent in March and New England can not use the franchise tag on its franchise quarterback.

ESPN's Adam Schefter said Sunday that Brady and Raiders coach Jon Gruden have a good relationship and that Gruden wants to pursue him. So to my teammates, my family, and most importantly my fans.

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Tom then talks about all of Hulu's features before concluding the commercial by saying, "So you can say goodbye to TV as you know it. I'm not going anywhere". In the end, he trolled everyone with an ad for Hulu. And it may be too soon to expect such a big announcement; technically, Brady can not sign a new deal with the Patriots until his free agency starts next month.

Now that the Super Bowl has come and gone, Tom Brady's future is the biggest topic in the NFL.

Given the questions about him possibly retiring now that his contract is up with the Patriots, this sent people into a tizzy and speculation ran wild. Like Brady, Philip Rivers is set to become a free agent after a season where he threw 20 interceptions, contributing to nine of their 11 losses that were determined by a touchdown or less. Will the New England Patriots quarterback return to Foxborough?

Rumors of Tom Brady possibly being headed to the Las Vegas Raiders just picked up steam and it seems the team's interest in the 42-year-old old quarterback appears to be legitimate. But Rapoport adds the Patriots will need to pay Brady and invest in the free agent market to get necessary help to make a real push for a sixth Super Bowl ring.

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