Rumors linking Tom Brady to the Raiders have picked up steam over the past few weeks, and the team's interest in the 42-year-old quarterback appears to be legitimate. Those odds say there is roughly a 77 percent chance that Brady returns to New England for 2020. If this season was his last, he leaves behind an impressive record including nine Super Bowl appearances with six of those resulting in wins.
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But on the off chance Brady is serious about testing the market, the Raiders will at least make a run at him. With two days to go until Super Bowl weekend, the late night show featured a group of National Football League stars in the hilarious segment, including Tom Brady, 42. "'F*** you Tom Brady, I hope your canine eats chocolate and will get actually sick and throws up in your socks", one of many trolls posted - wow! And some of us aren't even New England Patriots fans.
After finishing the regular season at 12-4, New England was bounced in the first round of the playoffs by the Titans at home. You can't ever really compare another quarterback to Tom Brady. Gruden has openly said that call still irritates him to this day, but he clearly doesn't hold it against Brady.
The picture quickly went viral as everyone around the sport figured it might be some sort of metaphor for Brady's offseason plans, as Brady might very well be the most fascinating free agent in sports history.