Report: Dark horse team ‘aggressively pursuing’ Tom Brady

Las Vegas Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels and quarterback Tom Brady may be reunited. The Raiders are reportedly “aggressively pursuing” Brady, according to CBS Sports’ Jonathan Jones.

Brady and McDaniels have a long history that dates back to New England, where they won six Super Bowls together.

As of right now, both men are on total opposite ends of the spectrum. McDaniels’ Raiders just ended their season after missing the playoffs, while Brady and the Buccaneers are preparing for a Monday night wild card game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Jones wrote:

“The Las Vegas Raiders plan to be very aggressive in their pursuit of quarterback Tom Brady this offseason, according to multiple sources.”

The Raiders hope to find a trade partner for long-time starting quarterback Derek Carr within the next four weeks, and then they can continue the business of trying to land the 45-year-old legend in the offseason.

The prevailing belief around the league is that Brady will likely continue playing in 2023, and his next stop will be outside of Tampa Bay.

The quarterback position is in flux for the Raiders at the moment. There’s no going back to Derek Carr after he was benched and said his goodbyes on social media.

A reunion with Brady may be what McDaniels needs to help get Las Vegas back on track.


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