Danny Amendola gives his take on Tom Brady's future

Ryan Hannable
January 24, 2020 - 3:56 pm

Over the next week or so with the Super Bowl and then beyond, all everyone in the NFL world will be talking about is Tom Brady's future.

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Will he stay in New England, or will he play somewhere else in 2020?

Appearing on Sports Center Friday, former Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola shared his thoughts.

“It’s going to go however he wants, I think,” said Amendola. “He’s the ultimate competitor. I think as his kids get older — Vivi, Jack and Benny — he wants to spend more time with his family. I think that’s going to weigh heavily on his decision and where he goes, and he can set that up the way he wants. But his competitive nature, his ability is still through the roof, and whatever team gets him — if he stays in New England or if he goes somewhere else — he’s going to bring a high level of football there.”

Is Los Angeles really a viable option?

“It’s hard for me to see him in any other jersey than a Patriots jersey, so I’m holding on just like everybody else is," Amendola said.

The 34-year-old will be a free agent himself this offseason.

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