Tom Brady is going to be a free agent for the first time in his career, and it appears there is plenty of interest for his services around the league. According to Michael Giardi of NFL Network, three teams — the Tennessee Titans, Las Vegas Raiders, and New York Giants — are seen as potential suitors by NFL executives, coaches and scouts.
Giardi elaborated on some of the sentiments conveyed to him by these people, noting money and branding can play a rather large factor in the end.
The Titans and Raiders have been mentioned as possible fits for Brady, and there’s even been a report that Las Vegas is willing to offer a two-year contract to the veteran gunslinger worth a nice chunk of cash.
The Giants, however, haven’t gotten as much buzz as a potential fit for Brady. Mainly because they selected quarterback Daniel Jones No. 6 overall last season and gave him the keys to the offense for most of the season.
But if people around the league think there’s a potential for a Brady-to-Giants scenario, it’s something we certainly can’t rule out entirely.