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Bidding for jar of sand from Tom Brady retirement location approaches six figures

There’s a sucker born every minute. And some of them end up with more than enough money to waste on stupid stuff.Case in point, someone has bid $99,800 for a jar of sand from the spot where Tom Brady shot his completely impromptu, totally unplanned, and absolutely spontaneous retirement video on Wednesday morning.I don’t know [more]

Ravens have spoken to Byron Leftwich about offensive coordinator job

Add another name to the list of coaches who have spoken to the Ravens about their offensive coordinator job.Jeff Zrebiec of reports that their head coach John Harbaugh has spoken with former Buccaneers offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich about the position. Leftwich was fired by Tampa after their playoff loss to the Cowboys.Leftwich was a [more]

Will Tom Brady re-sign with the Buccaneers for cap purposes?

Tom Brady is gone from Tampa Bay. He leaves behind a championship legacy — along with a $35.1 million cap charge for 2023.That’s not money the Bucs owe Brady. It’s cash the Buccaneers previously have paid, using the available devices to kick the can into future years.As to Brady’s deal, the chickens are now coming [more]

Robert Kraft hopes to sign Tom Brady to a one-day retirement contract

There was some speculation during the 2022 season that Tom Brady could sign with the Patriots in 2023.That still might happen, but not in quite the same way.Appearing Thursday morning on CNN, Patriots owner Robert Kraft said that he hopes to sign Brady to a ceremonial one-day retirement contract.“I’d do it tomorrow,” Kraft said, via [more]

Tom Brady retirement increases chances of another year from Aaron Rodgers

It’s a topic that first emerged last year, when Tom Brady retired the first time. And it’s relevant for the second straight February.With Tom Brady done playing (we think) and eligible for Hall of Fame enshrinement in 2028, Aaron Rodgers likely will play at least one more year. If Rodgers retires, he becomes the obvious [more]

Bill Belichick: I thank Tom Brady for the positive impact he had on me and the Patriots

For the second time in as many years, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick released a statement saluting Tom Brady in the wake of a retirement announcement.In his 2022 statement, Belichick called Brady “the best player in NFL history” and called his pursuit of excellence “inspirational” before thanking the quarterback for all he did for Belichick [more]

When will Tom Brady join Fox?

Now that Tom Brady has retired from football, he’ll eventually embark on his next career of talking about football.Last year, Brady struck a 10-year, $375 million contract with Fox to become the network’s No. 1 analyst. Given that he’s done with football, he can start working for Fox.Andrew Marchand of the New York Post reports [more]

Bucs interview Ronald Curry for offensive coordinator

Shortly after learning for certain that Tom Brady will not be their quarterback in 2023, the Buccaneers moved on with the search for someone to serve as their offensive coordinator.The Bucs announced that Saints quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator Ronald Curry interviewed for the opening. The Bucs fired Byron Leftwich and several other assistants [more]

Glazer family: Tom Brady set an exceptional standard that elevated our organization to new heights

Tom Brady has once again issued a Feb. 1 retirement announcement. But this time, he actually used the word “retire” and said that this one is “for good.”After Brady played his last three seasons with the Buccaneers, the organization issued a few statements on the quarterback finally hanging it up.“Tom’s impact on our franchise these [more]

Report: Tom Brady decision came down to retiring or playing for Bucs

Tom Brady announced that he’s retiring on Wednesday morning and, unlike last year’s announcement, he says that his time his decision to end his days as a player is “for good.”Jeff Darlington of ESPN reports that the Buccaneers found out Brady’s plans shortly before the rest of us. Brady reportedly informed the team of his [more]

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