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Bruce Arians, the Bucks head coach, was asked if the organization would suit Brady if he decided to come back, but the veteran coach had a total reaction, proving that the NFL and his teams have one thing in mind when making decisions.
“No, bad job,” Arianes said via Tampa Bay Times.
Arians added that the Bucs will need five first-round draft picks If he wants the trading team for him The future of the Quarterback Hall of Fame. Brady announced his retirement from the NFL last month after playing for 22 seasons in the league.
Recently asked if he would be back, Brady replied, “Never say never,” but it is highly unlikely that the legend will return to the football field. Bucs general manager Jason Licht said the team is letting the “light is on” in case Brady changes his mind.
If Brady decided to return, the Bucs would still hold his rights for the 2022 season. He would have counted $9.1 million toward the team’s maximum salary, per Spotrac.
In what may be his last season in the NFL, Brady threw 5,316 yards with 43 touchdowns.