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Bold Mike Florio predicted Tom Brady 49ers for the 2022 NFL season

Bold Mike Florio predicted Tom Brady 49ers for the 2022 NFL season

Tom Brady He announced that he will retire From the NFL after 22 unforgettable years in the league, but many football fans don’t think QB God is going far yet.

The football world has speculated that the 44-year-old is seven times The Super Bowl champion can still come back For the 2022 season. But where will he go?

The Rumors will spread Expectations will unfold, and some will seem more realistic than others.

On a recent Pro Football Talk Live, Mike Florio shared one of those bold predictions about what Brady’s future holds for him.

“I just got a great email,” Florio said. “I don’t know the guy wants to share his name, but he explains what’s going on with Tom Brady. Classic midlife crisis. Step 1, divorce from the Patriots. Step two, short-term relationship with memorabilia girl, The Hacker.” Step 3 A late-night text to a high school sweetheart, aka the 49ers.

“I’m telling you, it’s inevitable. He’s not going to come down on himself to have to smear himself the way Aaron Rodgers does. It’s all going to work out behind the scenes. I just… I think he’s going to be with the 49ers Week 1 I’m very supportive of that.”

Probably San Francisco Moving on from Jimmy Garoppolo to Trey Lance for the 2022 season.

And the 49 players didn’t trade two first-round picks to move into the 2021 NFL Draft to take possession of the Lance for nothing. But can they delay Lance’s promotion to QB1 for an extra season to give Brady, a San Mateo native, a goodbye home?

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there There may be many obstacles To beat it, but regardless, Brady In red and gold It’s fun to think about and the conversations probably won’t go away soon.

After spending 20 years in New England with Bill Belichick and the Patriots, Brady took his talents to Tampa Bay, where he led the Buccaneers to their second Super Bowl title in his first year with the organization.

And when the 2021 season ended after a heartbreaking 30-27 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, Brady said he quit.

Related: Report: 49ers considered starting Lance until pre-season injury

Or did?

“Let’s go!” Brady told Jim Gray on “Let’s Go!” Podcasting.” At the same time, I know that… I feel good about my decision. I don’t know how I will feel six months from now.”

This is going to be fun out of season.

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