Rumor: Tom Brady Could Come Out of Retirement to the AFC East
It's pretty incredible to look at the last 22 years of the Buffalo Bills.
For an entire generation of Bills fans, they saw no playoff appearances for their entire football watching lifetime, which finally ended in 2017 and the bad times ending for good in 2019.
That 17-year playoff drought and mediocrity was mostly to blame on poor drafting, free agent signings and coaching hiring's, but a part of that was also due to recently retired quarterback Tom Brady.
Brady won six Super Bowls with the New England Patriots from 2001-2018, with another Super Bowl championship for the 2020 season (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
Brady retired after the 2021 season but came back a month later. After the 2022 wild card playoff loss, however, he retired once again and what looks like for good.
The 46-year-old future Hall of Famer is regarded by many as the greatest quarterback in NFL history. But is there any possible way he actually comes out of retirement once again this off-season?
According to Rich Eisen on his radio program, he heard a few interesting rumors at the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine last week -- the most fascinating being "watch out" for Brady making a return, specifically to the Miami Dolphins...
"Tom Brady might not be done after all," said Eisen -- based on what he heard from multiple league sources at the combine.
Miami would be predicated on what happens with the health of Tua Tagovailoa. Brady also happens to reside in Florida, so he wouldn't have to go far if he did come out of retirement.