A new team is the favorite to sign Tom Brady this offseason.
The post from JoeBucsFan, which cites Matt Severance of SportsLine.com, writes that the Raiders are +200 now to sign the legendary quarterback. The Jets and 49ers each are at +500 while the Titans and Patriots are +700 and +900 respectively.
Las Vegas is quarterback-needy now that they’ve parted ways with long-tenured QB Derek Carr. The team benched him for the final two games of the season and it was almost immediately indicated that the Raiders would trade him. Carr isn’t responding to almost anything right now and is taking the high road. Eventually, he will likely be on a new team.
The next destination for Tom Brady has been predicted multiple times over this past season. It stands to be a major free-agent storyline this spring when the league year begins. If Brady leaves the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he will play for the third team of his illustrious career. Brady of course spent 20 seasons with New England and the last three with the Buccaneers. He’s won seven Super Bowl Championships, six with the Patriots and one with the Bucs.