Tom Brady on playing somewhere besides New England next year: There's no prediction

Ryan Hannable
November 24, 2019 - 2:24 pm
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For the first time in his career, Tom Brady will be a free agent after this season after he made the 2020 season void in his new deal finalized this summer.

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In an interview with Erin Andrews on FOX, Brady was asked if he can envision himself playing for another team next year?

“I don’t think it is hard for me to be in the present. I do think a lot of people want to make predictions," Brady said. "I think the reality is there is no prediction. I have always said I have a plan to play longer and I will figure that out when the time comes.”

Another storyline with Brady this season is who he has at wide receiver. He furthered the notion he prefers veteran receivers opposed to younger ones.

“Part of it when you have the older guys, like Jules (Julian Edelman), it is great for me because I can feel like I can be myself without feeling like I am a coach because I am not a coach," he said. "I am a player.”

Brady and the Patriots will take on the Cowboys Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium.

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