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Tom Brady declares himself ready to return to the NFL; he would play on these teams

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Tom Brady declares himself ready to return to the NFL;  he would play on these teams

The Greatest of All Time (GOAT) is not ruling out a return to football. In a surprising statement this Thursday, Tom Brady, widely considered the best player in NFL history, revealed that he would consider coming out of retirement if the New England Patriots or Las Vegas Raiders faced a quarterback emergency towards the end of the season.

“Patriots, Raiders, you never know, but I wouldn’t be opposed. I’ll always be in good shape and if I can pass the ball, I wouldn’t be opposed. Then I could come back, it would be like if Michael Jordan came back,” said Brady, who holds the record for the most Super Bowl wins with seven rings to his name.

Brady, who retired from the NFL in February 2023 after a remarkable 23-year career, had fans speculating last season about a possible return to play for the San Francisco 49ers or the Raiders, the team he admired as a child. However, nothing materialized at that time.

Now, the 46-year-old is seeking to become an owner of the Las Vegas Raiders. While the acceptance of his ownership status is still pending NFL approval, Brady expressed his interest in a potential comeback if the opportunity arose.

“I don’t know if they would let me do it if I became an NFL team owner, I don’t know, but what I can say right now is that if it happened maybe I wouldn’t be opposed to going back,” he said.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed that the process for Brady to become a minority owner of the Raiders is advancing positively. “We went through a very thorough process. We’ve been in contact with his side and I think they’ve been making progress,” Goodell stated.

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In addition to his potential ownership stake in the Raiders, Brady signed a lucrative 10-year contract with Fox Sports in May 2022 to become a lead analyst starting in the 2024 season, a move that added another dimension to his post-football career plans.

As football fans around the world eagerly await the unfolding of these developments, the possibility of witnessing the GOAT back on the field remains a tantalizing prospect.

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