If you see Tom Brady anytime in the near future, you should definitely not ask him what his plans are for the 2023 NFL season, because he’s clearly not in the mood to answer that right now.
On Brady’s “Let’s Go” podcast Monday, Jim Gray asked the seven-time Super Bowl winner if he had a timeline for deciding his future.
Then Brady answered the question like someone who’s tired of answering that question.
“If I knew what the fuck I was going to do, I would have fucking done it, okay,” Brady said. “I take it once a day.”
Gray didn’t even ask Brady if he had made a decision about his possible retirement, he just wanted to know if Brady had a timeline for making a decision. Brady seemed agitated, but not necessarily angry at the question.
Of course, if Gray didn’t ask that question, he wouldn’t be doing his job, and Brady seems to be aware of that.
“I appreciate you asking. Thank you,” Brady told Gray.
After the Buccaneers’ season ended with a 31-14 loss to the Cowboys on Jan. 16, Brady said he. “It’s been over a week since that interview, which means Brady has more than seven days to think about his future, but clearly, he’s nowhere near making a decision.
While Brady still seems to be on the fence about whether he will play, one thing that seems to be becoming increasingly clear is that if he decides to play, he will almost certainly not be back in Tampa Bay for a fourth season. . 2023.
Several of his teammates reportedly said last week that they don’t want him back in Tampa Bay, and one of his close friends, Julian Edelman, also seems confident the seven-time Super Bowl champion won’t be back in 2023.
“If he had another season, it wouldn’t be in Tampa Bay,” Edelman said on “Inside the NFL” on Jan. 17.
If Brady decides to stick around for another NFL season, the Dolphins, Raiders or Titans all make some sense as potential landing spots. Even the Patriots aren’t completely insane. If you want to see a full list of possible Brady landing spots, be sure to click here.