It seems like 23 seasons won’t be enough for Tom Brady in the NFL. The seven-time Super Bowl quarterback appears to be aiming to return for the 2023 campaign.
However, he may not be with the current Tampa Bay Buccaneers team. Citing executives across the league, The Athletic’s Mike Sandow reports that Brady is “lining up for the places he wants to go” in 2023.
Interestingly, this report comes out one day after Brady led Tampa Bay to victory over the Carolina Panthers and the NFC South title. He completed 34 of 45 passes for 432 yards with three touchdowns and zero interceptions in the 30-24 win.
There has been a lot of talk about Brady’s future in the NFL. He briefly retired early last season before eventually choosing to return for another year. The quarterback will not commit his future in recent comments.
“You know, I think what I really realized last year is that you have to be sure to do that. And for me, you know, a lot of people have kind of been through that situation. I’m going to take my time whenever that time comes.”
Tom Brady talks about the NFL’s future plans and retirement
At 45 years old, Tom Terrific has slipped somewhat this season. In fact, his 24 touchdowns over 16 games would match his lowest in 16 years. This does not mean that his career is over. Not by a long shot.