Bills Safety Believes Tom Brady Should Call It Quits From NFL
One of the biggest stories of the offseason will be what Tom Brady decides to do in 2023, and there’s a current player who made a suggestion for the Buccaneers quarterback.
If the 45-year-old decides to return to Tampa Bay, he will come back with a lot of changes after the team decided to fire offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich and several other staff members.
Speculation ran wild over Brady’s next team, including a return to the New England Patriots, but Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Poyer was on his podcast Wednesday and sent a clear message to the future Hall of Famer.
“Tom, you know I love you, and I feel like I’ve been riding for you all year,” Poyer said on “The Jordan Poyer Show,” according to The Volume. “At first you can go back to my podcast, I said you can’t count Tom. And of course (expletive) he made the playoffs. You did everything you could do in this league. I understand you like this game. Go be with your kids, man. I didn’t enjoy watching this game. It was hard to watch. You’re down 27-0 at halftime. He was defeated. You could see he was defeated. I still think he obviously knows everything about everything, the inside and the outside of football. But it takes 11 to play the game. Go be with your kids, Tom. J Appreciate everything you’ve done in this league I have two picks on you one for the cradle Lost both games I’m 0-11 against you Yes please go ahead. Go be with your kids, Tom.
The All-Pro safety was certainly honest in his opinion on what Brady should do with his future. Maybe he can get one of those footballs chosen by the former MVP quarterback like other players signed if he still has them.
Brady has a lucrative contract with FOX waiting for him, and the 2022 season was not a good sign for the seven-time Super Bowl champion. But the way things ended in the wild card round may not be the way Brady wants to leave the NFL.
The decision will be up to the All-Pro QB, as many more people will continue to comment on what Brady should do this offseason.