“I’m just telling you, I know there are people who think Tom Brady’s finished. I did not see that this year. I think he plays again. I think he plays well.”
Michaels then asked Collinsworth whether he believes Brady will play for the Patriots.
“I don’t,” Collinsworth said. “If I had to guess, how about a wild guess? How about the Chargers. … I’m just saying, if there was one franchise that could use him the most, if [Philip] Rivers goes, never know.”
Brady to the Chargers makes sense on the surface. The Chargers are looking to draw more fans into their new stadium than they did at Dignity Health Sports Park the last few seasons after they moved to San Diego. According to CBS Sports, Brady has also become “more engrossed with Hollywood, with a second career looming perhaps in large-scale productions.” Brady did make an appearance in the Netflix show “Living with Yourself,” which ended up causing more drama for him off the field.
Brady told reporters in his postgame press conference Saturday that he has no plans to retire, but admitted that he doesn’t exactly know what the future holds for him, according to ESPN. He said retirement was “pretty unlikely.”
Brady’s contract with the Patriots expires in March. He told Peter King in his Football Morning In America column he plans to explore whatever opportunities come his way.
“’l’ll explore those opportunities whenever they are,” he said. “If it’s the Patriots, great. If that doesn’t work, I don’t know. I just don’t know. I love playing football. I still want to play football. I think I still can play at a championship level. I’ve just got to go do it. I’m motivated to get back to work and training.”
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