The New England Patriots are undefeated with their eyes on another Super Bowl, but right now, most of the talk about the franchise is in regards to Tom Brady and his future. Will he be playing elsewhere in 2020?
ESPN’s Adam Schefter believes it’s possible.
“There are people in and around the Patriots organization who still cannot predict what Brady will do and where he will end up in 2020, but they recognize that all options are on the table, including returning to New England, moving on to another organization or retiring,” Schefter reports.
It seems unlikely that Brady will play elsewhere in 2020, though there is reportedly one thing frustrating him in New England: Wide receiver turnover.
“He’s not thrilled with the turnover at WR. Which makes sense, as Brady has invested a ton of time in helping WRs Antonio Brown and Josh Gordon get right, and both have been jettisoned,” NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports.
From @NFLGameDay: If #Patriots QB Tom Brady sounds different these days, there is a reason… he's not thrilled with the turnover at WR. Which makes sense, as Brady has invested a ton of time in helping WRs Antonio Brown and Josh Gordon get right, and both have been jettisoned. pic.twitter.com/oV6S51Ac5x
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 27, 2019
Few teams have experienced more turnover than the New England Patriots in recent seasons. The Patriots have taken some chances on Antonio Brown and Josh Gordon, though neither worked out.
It hasn’t stopped the Patriots from winning, of course.
New England is 7-0 heading into this afternoon’s game against Cleveland.