Published: Thu, April 19, 2018
Life&Culture | By Peggy Hughes

Tom Brady's 2018 Return Hasn't Been Confirmed Yet

Tom Brady's 2018 Return Hasn't Been Confirmed Yet

"So does that mean Brady and company will be rendezvousing out in Montana again for another "Bros Weekend" like they did in 'Tom vs. Time?"

People who know Brady, however, believe he will play in the coming season. "I think the people around and the people inside that organization think that he'll play, but they don't know that he will play".

Head coach #Bill Belichick and quarterback #Tom Brady have been together with the #New England Patriots since 2000, winning five Super Bowl rings since the 2001 season. While he didn't win his sixth Super Bowl, he was able to throw for over 500 yards in the game, as the Patriots losing wasn't his fault at all.

With the NFL Draft just over a week away, recent Patriots rumors have been about who the team will be selecting in the draft. "I don't envision not playing".

Another star Patriots player, tight end Rob Gronkowski, also hasn't indicated positively whether he'll return.

Brady failed to report for the start of the New England's offseason program, although, the reason for his absence is because he's spending more time working with personal trainer Alex Guerrero, instead of checking in for the team's voluntary workouts.

The 40-year-old has base salaries of $14 million for the final two years of his contract and cap hits of $22 million, but it appears Brady wants more money.

Concerns abut Brady's 2018 return were first raised when he opted out of attending the Patriots off-season program this week.

In that event, the Patriots may look at drafting a quarterback this season, and they have the draft capital to move up to get a top QB thanks to the Jimmy Garoppolo and Brandin Cooks (another offseason departure) trades.

Brian Hoyer is now the only other quarterback on the Patriots' roster. In the event that the quarterback has a change of heart, it could be seen as a disaster for the Patriots dynasty.

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