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Patriots Broadcaster Makes A Bold Statement About Tom Brady

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For the second time in as many years, Tom Brady has retired from the NFL.

But — just like it happened last season — not many people are convinced that he’s done for good.

Despite the frustration and shortcomings, Brady still had plenty left in the tank, so it’s not like he couldn’t play anymore.

And recently, rumors of a potential second comeback have emerged again.

Some state that the Miami Dolphins are ready to make another attempt at bringing him back from retirement.

And now, former Patriots QB and current broadcaster Scott Zolak claims that this could actually happen.

.@scottzolak: “Brady may go to Miami… I think that’s 100% in play” @ZoandBertrand

— NBC Sports Boston’s Patriots Coverage (@NBCSPatriots) March 8, 2023

“Brady may go to Miami. I think that’s in play. I do. I think the possibility of him coming out of retirement is definitely 100 percent in play,” Zolak said. “You can sit there and look at the kitten tweet from yesterday. Don’t buy that.”

Zolak explains that the rumors came from within Fox, citing Rich Eisen and Collin Cowherd as the main sources.

Notably, Fox signed Brady to a 10-year deal worth $375 million to join them as an NFL analyst, so sources from within might know a thing or two about Brady’s plans.

Cowherd talked about Brady in the San Francisco offense, but Zolak believes that he could’ve been hinting about Mike McDaniel, the Niners’ former OC.

Also, Zolak cites that Brady’s camp has already moved to Miami and that he’s reportedly looking at private schools for his children.

The Miami Dolphins ruled themselves out of the race for Lamar Jackson and stated that they wouldn’t be pursuing any other starting QB outside of Tua Tagovailoa.

But these rumors continue to flood social media, so we wouldn’t be 100% sure that Brady doesn’t have another comeback left in him.

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