Tom Brady made it very clear that he is still undecided when it comes to his playing future.
Brady was asked on the “Let’s Go!” podcast if he had a timeline where he would make a decision about next season. Multiple reports have indicated that if Brady chooses to play another season in the league, it will not be for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
“If I knew what I was going to do, I would have already done it,” he told sports reporter Jim Gray. “I’m taking it day by day.”
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Brady then added, “I appreciate you asking. Thank you.’
The clock started for Brady last week as the Buccaneers lost at home to the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC wild card round.
The 45-year-old quarterback has a few options on the table. He could play another season for the Buccaneers (or another team); he could run away from the game altogether and ride off into the sunset; or he can join the FOX broadcast booth, which he plans to do once he’s completely done with football.
Brady said at the post-game press conference on January 16 that he would take a moment to decide his future.
“I’m going to go home and get a good night’s sleep asap tonight,” Brady said. “A lot of thought has gone into this game. Day by day.”
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Several teams are reportedly interested in Brady’s services for the 2023 season, despite him turning 46 years old. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport explained the possible options Brady has earlier this month.
“Tom Brady is a free agent after this season. He will be 46 years old and I would say there is a chance he will not return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, despite the fact that they really want him back and plan to make an effort for that,” Rapoport said.
The NFL insider added that Brady could very well find another landing spot if Tampa Bay isn’t in his future.
“Of the teams that would consider Brady, there were a few that considered Brady last time,” he said. The Tennessee Titans still have some quarterback questions there. The 49ers, if they don’t decide to rock Brock Purdy – he’s definitely making his case. And the Las Vegas Raiders, who have some of his old friends, including Josh McDaniels.”
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There’s still a lot to decide for Tampa Bay.