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Tom Brady Says He Won’t Return To The Patriots

March 17, 2020

When (and if) the New England Patriots take the field later this year, Tom Brady won’t be joining them.

The longtime Patriots quarterback announced on social media on Tuesday morning that he will not be re-signing with the organization and will look for a new place to play in the 2020 season.

“To all my teammates, coaches, executives and staff, Coach Belichick, RKK and the Kraft family and the entire organization,” Brady wrote in a post that went on all of his social media accounts, according to Yahoo Sports. “I want to say thank you for the past twenty years of my life and the daily commitment to winning and creating a winning culture built on great values.”

Coach Belichick is Bill Belichick, the only head coach Brady has played under during his 20-year career in the National Football League. RKK is Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots.

“Although my football journey will take place elsewhere, I appreciate everything that we have achieved and am grateful for our incredible TEAM accomplishments,” Brady later added.

Brady helped the Patriots win six Super Bowls, tied for an NFL record. With six rings, Brady also holds the record for most Super Bowl victories by one starting quarterback.

Brady is expected to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to multiple news reports later in the day on Tuesday, March 17.



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