Will he move on to another team or retire?
After 20 seasons and 219 wins with the Pats, the quarterback everyone either loves or loves to hate, Tom Brady, wants to see if the grass is greener on the other side.
Brady announced today that he will be moving on from the Patriots, the team he has been with for the entirety of his career.
LOVE YOU PATS NATION pic.twitter.com/lxSQZmnjPL— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) March 17, 2020
No doubt this is a blow to the Patriots who have built an empire around the quarterback.
"I had hoped this day would never come, but rather that Tom would end his remarkable career in a Patriots uniform after yet another Super Bowl championship. Unfortunately, the two sides were unable to reach an agreement to allow that dream to become a reality. While sad today, the overwhelming feeling I have is appreciation for his countless contributions to our team and community," said Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft.
And while the glowing words from both sides are nice, the biggest question left is will Brady continue to play or will he retire. All signs point to him continuing to play, but you never know as he is a veteran in the league. A tweet he sent did not give any clues either way.
FOREVER A PATRIOT pic.twitter.com/QSBOJBs4uy— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) March 17, 2020
If he chooses to play, speculation is that Brady could end up with the Chargers, who recently moved on from Phillip Rivers, because he is a California native. In addition, the Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have expressed interest in signing him.
What do you think? Will he keep playing or retire? Let us know in the comments below!