Those odds say there is roughly a 77 percent chance that Brady returns to New England for 2020.
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Some fans of the 42-year-old footballer have speculated that the photo could signify his retirement. "I hope you cry, Tom Brady, you're fat, "learned the submit". It's very possible that the Patriots find a way to negotiate, bring in the necessary weapons and keep Brady in Foxborough. The kids speaking in hushed tones about George Kittle might as well have been wearing turquoise fanny packs and getting ready to trade their Haunters for a level 52 Kadabra or to ask their moms what "Whitewater" is.
"I imagine Patrick Mahomes' barber is a super hero".
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"It meant something to Eli to be the Giants' quarterback, and it meant even more to us".
Winston became the first quarterback to throw for 30 touchdowns and 30 interceptions in the same season, but also became the first Buccaneers' quarterback to ever throw for more than 5,000 yards in a campaign. Von Miller, the perennial Pro Bowler closing in for the kill - what? Reading between the lines with all the evidence we have so far; Brady's ride in New England seems like it will continue. He was there for two years before coming over to San Francisco this season. If I'm Roger Goodell I'm not happy, if I'm the Chiefs I'm not happy, and if I'm the 49ers I'm not happy. "I played with Wes, and now he's my coach ..." "F-k you Tom Brady I hope your dog eats chocolate and gets really sick and throws up on your socks", the user wrote, to which the six-time Super Bowl victor jaw-droppingly replied, "That's f-ked up!" The football star took it all in stride, however, responding "That's f***** up".
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