Tom Brady Teases Fans As He Says He Is ‘Not Opposed’ To Idea Of NFL Comeback

When Tom Brady announced his retirement from American football for the second time in as many years in 2023, he assured the world that he was done "for good." Now that he's revealed this week that he's open to making another comeback, it seems the former NFL great is thinking twice.
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Tom Brady (Photo: X/@BeerlyFootball)

When Tom Brady announced his retirement from American football for the second time in as many years in 2023, he assured the world that he was done "for good." Now that he's revealed this week that he's open to making another comeback, it seems the former NFL great is thinking twice.
When the veteran quarterback for the New England Patriots made an appearance on "DeepCuts with VicBlends," he was questioned if he would "pick up the phone" if a team in need phoned and offered him a chance to play again.
"I'm not opposed to it," Brady responded with a smile. "I don't know if they're gonna let me, if I become an owner of an NFL team, but I don't know if -- I don't know, I'm always gonna be in good shape, (I'll) always be able to throw the ball. So to come in for a little bit, like M.J. coming back? I don't know if they'd let me, but I wouldn't be opposed to it."
In light of the fact that Michael Jordan famously announced his retirement from the NBA three times between 1993 and 2003, Brady's mention of the Hall of Famer raises the possibility that he has not actually given up on his own playing career. But crucially, he will soon own an NFL team: Brady has not yet received approval to become a minority owner of the Las Vegas Raiders, but should he decide to return to the game, league regulations will probably require NFL-wide approval of a playing deal. In any case, it's evident Brady isn't finished with the concept—even at 47.
"Patriots? Could be," he said in a lighthearted manner when asked about a potential move to the San Francisco 49ers. "Raiders? Could be. You never know."
After a remarkable 20-year run with the Patriots, Brady made his final appearance for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2022, his third and last season with the team. A three-time NFL MVP and seven-time Super Bowl champion, he is officially a free agent following the expiration of his Buccaneers contract, making him accessible to all 32 clubs prior to the 2024 season.
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