NFL Mock Draft: Tua Tagovailoa, Jake Fromm Land in AFC East


It feels strange to be preparing for a Super Bowl that Tom Brady and the New England Patriots aren't set to play in. However, after a Wild Card Weekend exit at the hand of the Tennessee Titans, it feels entirely possible that we've seen the last of the Brady/Bill Belichick era Patriots in the Super Bowl. We've maybe seen the last of the Brady/Belichick Patriots period. On March 17, Brady's contract for 2020 will automatically void, leaving the Patriots with $13.5 million in dead cap money for next season and unable to franchise tag the 42-year-old quarterback. For his part, Brady sounds uninterested in retiring. He apparently is willing to consider the possibility of playing outside of New England,

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