Imagine that everything Tom Brady has been through in the last year has been in vain and the legendary quarterback makes the decision to play one more year. The criticism against him would be harsh, but many people would be delighted to be able to see GOAT play again.
Recent reports suggest the Miami Dolphins are trying to convince him to return for one more season. The Rich Eisen Show reported this, but we still had no idea if Tom Brady would react or keep quiet. Certainly, complete silence on his part would embarrass him and the rumors in Miami would increase. But Brady did respond, he did with a joke.
Anyone who thinks I have time to come back to the NFL has never adopted a 2 month old kitten for their daughter. https://t.co/Qzf2H4vr1j
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) March 7, 2023
If this tweet indicates anything, it’s that Tom Brady is having fun in his retirement, but he doesn’t seem willing to go back. Keep in mind that he already said he would start his career at Fox Sports by the end of 2024. While some Twitter users flatly think he’s lying and will come back, others took that reference to the kitten to the extreme.
Whatever Tom Brady meant, confirms that these rumors are not true at all. However, we all know how the GOAT sometimes rolls. He can change his posture in the blink of an eye and we could see him prepared during pre-season.
The 🐐 coming back again??
& Could it be to the Miami Dolphins?
“Tom Brady may not be done after all.” – @richeisenshow pic.twitter.com/MaozIN8wat
— Sports Biz Network (@SportsBizTeam) March 7, 2023
Why is Miami a real possibility for Tom Brady?
The Miami Dolphins are perhaps the only NFL team that can really convince Tom Brady to return a second time. The reasons for this are not so difficult to guess, given that two of his children live there. Tom Brady wants to continue raising his children with Gisele Bündchen and play football for another season if possible.
For now, he remains retired. But that can change quickly and we’re here for it. Either way, he has already shown that he can continue to play at the highest level for at least a couple more years.
— Rich Eisen Show (@RichEisenShow) March 7, 2023