Tom Brady Unretiring? Dodges Question About Playing For The Miami Dolphins

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M God, tell me this isn’t happening again.

Early last year, Tom Brady announced that he was officially retiring from football.

However, he changed his mind, and said he was coming back to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last season.

That season was a tumultuous one, as it was one of his worst seasons in his whole NFL career, and on top of that, his decision to return was one of the reasons he and his longtime wife Gisele Bundchen filed for divorce.

After the season ended, he announced once again that he was officially done and retiring…

“For good.”

But now it seems like he may possibly be eying ANOTHER comeback.

Last month, NFL insider Rich Eisen wildly claimed that Brady could come back again, and possibly end up in Miami.

He said:

“Tom Brady may not be done after all. The one place that folks are saying to keep an eye out for is Miami. 

Brady may go to Miami. I think that’s in play, I do.”

When I first heard this, I assumed it was just one of those wild takes sports personalities put out to stir some chatter when there’s nothing to talk about during the offseason.

However, I may be wrong, as Brady himself announced in front of a massive audience during an interview:

“I will say, now that I’m not affiliated with any team any more… I do have some friends on the Dolphins I really like. I wouldn’t say I root for them all the time, but I root for my friends to do well and several of them play for Miami, so…”

Wasn’t exactly a “no, I’m staying retired” from Tom, was it?

Man, I respect Tom Brady as much as anybody, and how could you not? The guy is the greatest quarterback of all time, but this is just getting crazy at this point.

The guy could’ve had his “ride off into the sunset” moment two seasons ago when the Buccaneers had a successful run that fell short of a Super Bowl, or even the season before when they actually won the Super Bowl.

Is it just talk? Maybe, but considering his past moves, I wouldn’t put it past him.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock