Tommy Grady is one of the best quarterbacks in the history of the Arena Football League and he proved that his last time on the turf at the Times Union Center. Grady lead the Albany Empire to a 45 - 27 victory over the Philadelphia Soul. Number 4 threw for five touchdowns on his way to being named the Arena Bowl 32 MVP. Now that the Arena Football League has been forced to fold due to mistakes made by the old regime you'd think Grady would pack up his family and head to the next opportunity to play football. You'd be wrong, Grady is staying put.

Like many members of the Albany Empire, it didn't take long for Tommy Grady and his family to grow roots here in the Albany area. Grady feels he could still play and if the opportunity to play here in Albany were to appear it sounds like he'd take it but he isn't moving his family.

You'll have to listen below to hear for yourself but I think Grady echoes the words of his former head coach Rob Keefe. It sounds to me like Grady thinks there's a good chance there will be another Arena Football team here in Albany. I for one hope they're right.

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