Tom Brady’s Unfiltered Response: Discover the Truth Behind the Jets’ Plea for His Return


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Could Tom Brady Consider a Comeback with the New York Jets?

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There has been a lot of speculation that the New York Jets could reach out to recently retired quarterback Tom Brady about a potential football comeback.

A Lot of Different Interpretations of That Brady-Jets Soundbite

Jake Asman of ESPN 98.7 in New York said on X previously Twitter that he “feels like the Jets seemingly called Tom Brady about coming out of retirement based on how Brady answered the question here…”

However, on the other side of the coin, NFL reporter Dov Kleiman said Brady “shut it [the Jets rumors] down quickly.”

Brady-Jets Pairing Isn’t Happening According to NFL Insiders

According to The Athletic, Gang Green didn’t even check to see if Brady had any interest in returning to football.

Although that might be semantics.

Did Jets general manager Joe Douglas and Brady get on a phone call to discuss a potential signing? Maybe not, but there are enough people around each other’s camp to have put out feelers to see if it was even possible.

Former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah told Rich Eisen on “The Rich Eisen Show” that it would be “professional negligence” for the Jets to not give Brady a phone call and make him tell them no.

He told Eisen that the partnership was extremely unlikely but you still “100 percent” have to make the call.

The Athletic also shared through their sources that Brady has “made it clear” to people inside his circle that “he’s done playing football.”

Instead of potentially pursuing other options, the Jets doubled down on their former first-round pick. Head coach Robert Saleh said there would be no quarterback competition and made it clear that this is “Zach’s team.”

Paul A. Esden Jr. covers the New York Jets for Heavy.com. A New York native, he is also the official PA voice of the Syracuse Strong Football Club and co-hosts Cumulus Media’s morning show, “The Manchild Show with Boy Green.” Before joining Heavy in 2021, Esden Jr. covered both national and New York sports for FanSided, Elite Sports NY and The Score 1260. More about Paul A. Esden Jr.


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I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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