“Tom Brady does anything for a RETURN!”: Ian Rapoport hints at a sensational comeback for legendary QB

Tom Brady is undoubtedly one of the greatest players to grace the National Football League (NFL). His records are unique and set the benchmark for the future of others. So when he announced his retirement on February 1, it was natural to talk for days.

However, whether Tom Brady is headed to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the New England Patriots, or the San Francisco 49ers, the possibility of his return can never be ruled out.

Ian Rapoport addresses Tom Brady’s comeback

Earlier, Tom Brady was questioned about his chances of returning. And what’s interesting is that the quarterback didn’t completely dismiss the speech, which sparked massive massive speculation.

I am very satisfied and happy with how I feel about my decision. All you can do is take it every day; nothing was promised for us. I will do things I truly enjoy and spend time with people I truly enjoy spending time with.” Brady said on Let’s Go! Digital audio file.

So the future is bright. I look forward to the opportunities ahead and look forward to speaking to everyone again next year.”

Tom Brady
Tom Brady

Ian Rapoport has now given his views on the speculative return of Tom Brady. Rapoport believes Tom Brady can make a comeback. He says TB12 is doing everything to keep him in shape, causing him to think it’s for a comeback.

This is so stupid, but someone who knew Brady described it to me very well. I think anyone who knows Brady very well knows that he always walks around with a pitcher of water to make sure he’s fully hydrated.”

Tom Brady
Tom Brady

“He still has the test as he needs to stay fit, eats well, still does the TB12 method or whatever, and keeps himself hydrated just in case.” Rapoport said on The Rich Eisen Show.

“I I don’t know if he’ll come back, but I know it’s possible. I don’t know what the possible level is, but it could happen.”

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