Patriots Owner Makes Classy Offer to Tom Brady
Tom Brady should have been a New England Patriot for life. Instead, owner Robert Kraft and head coach Bill Belichick somehow managed to screw things up with Brady after winning six Super Bowls together in New England. Brady left after 20 seasons with the Pats to finish out his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he won his seventh and final Super Bowl.
While Brady's playing days are officially over, the door is still open for him to retire as a Patriot.
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Kraft announced on Thursday that he'd be willing to sign Brady to a one-day contract so that Brady can retire as a Patriot, enthusiastically claiming he'd "do it tomorrow" if given the chance.
It's a kind gesture from Kraft, who always adored Brady and treated him like a son. For his part, Brady has mentioned that he'd be open to a reunion as well, so it wouldn't be surprising to see it happen in the near future.
Brady should have never been allowed to get away in the first place, but at least there's still a way to bring him back. Now, if only Kraft could convince him to actually play quarterback for them...