Patriots QB Tom Brady shares motivational message in latest Instagram story

Ross Houston
February 5, 2020

Brady made a measly $23 million this past season, which ranked 14th among signal callers across the league.

Brady's long-time team, the New England Patriots, are desperate scrambling to keep him - reportedly prepared to fork out $30 million a year for the honor.

Brady has remained largely non-committal publicly, refusing to rule out a return to the defending champion Patriots, but also keeping his options open. A separate report from Sunday says the Patriots are taking Brady potentially leaving very serious. Over the years, Brady hasn't been paid that much. Among them, the Chargers could choose to bring him in to replace Rivers.

With the Super Bowl being completed, everyone can turn their attention to what Tom Brady is going to do this offseason. The freshly relocated Las Vegas Raiders are said to be the ones sniffing around the hardest should that occur. He spoke to ESPN reporters on Friday about Oakland's quarterback situation. Those teams include the Indianapolis Colts, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Tennessee Titans, among others.

Brady began the commercial by teasing a big announcement.

The New England Patriots quarterback tweeted a single black and white image last week that showed him walking onto an empty field at his home stadium in MA. Brady spoke about the streaming service, before making his football intentions clear, during a break from Super Bowl LIV Sunday.

First of all, Gruden knows offense and has found a great, young back in Josh Jacobs.

In the ad, Brady ends it by saying "I'm not going anywhere", sending Patriots Nation into a frenzy wondering if he means that he's staying put in Foxborough.

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