Teams have presented Tom Brady offers, now waiting for him to make decision

Ryan Hannable
March 17, 2020 - 1:27 pm

Now that Tom Brady has announced he will not return to New England, the NFL waits for his next move, especially teams who are interested in the 42-year-old.

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At the top of that list are the Chargers and Buccaneers, who have reportedly been in contact with Brady's representation.

Speaking to ESPN's Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, general manager Jason Licht said there's interest, but now it is playing the waiting game.

"There's interest on our part. But we have not been in communication today," he said. "I have no idea where he is in his decision. Nothing is agreed upon.''

NFL Media's Ian Rapoport said earlier in the day Tampa Bay's offer was for more than $30 million per year. That report also said the Chargers have expressed their interest, and now they are waiting, but have not heard, per NFL Media's Michael Silver.

It is also worth wondering if there are other teams involved, especially the Colts or Bears, who are said to be in the quarterback market.

Like the Bucs and Chargers, the rest of the world now waits on Brady to make his decision.

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