NFL Execs, Coaches See Titans, Raiders, Giants As Brady Suitors

Tom Brady is going to be a free agent for the first time in his career, and it appears there is plenty of interest for his services around the league.

And while the Patriots announced Tuesday that representatives from the team are expected to meet with Brady’s agent Don Yee this week at the combine—the NFL Network seems to think some three other teams will be meeting with him after that.

According to a report out of the Network yesterday, the Tennessee Titans, Las Vegas Raiders, and New York Giants are seen as potential TB suitors by NFL executives, coaches and scouts.

It’s worth noting that the report said first that the initial reaction has been "there's no way Tom Brady is leaving New England," but that, as you dig deeper, execs, coaches, and scouts see those three as possible suitors because money and branding can play a rather large factor in the end.

"Is Tom Brady, better than Derek Carr? Is he better than Tannehill?” asked one exec. “If I was those organizations, I'd be thinking real hard about it." Another noted that it's also not just a QB you're getting, it's the brand. "There are games to be won and money to be made."

Um yeah, and don’t think the Patriots don’t know that too

Tom Brady isn’t going anywhere.

Source: Sportsnaut

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