The biggest story line heading into the 2020 NFL season is the future of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. A free agent for the first time in his career, Brady is reportedly open to leaving the Patriots.
Over the past few weeks, several NFL teams have reportedly expressed interest in signing the six-time Super Bowl-winner. It would be weird to see Brady in a jersey other than the one he's worn for his entire career, but the possibility certainly exists.
The Los Angeles Chargers, Las Vegas Raiders and the Tennessee Titans emerged as potential landing spots for Brady, per reports. Well, it sounds like one of those teams is making a bold play to land the star quarterback.
According to a report from Larry Fitzgerald Sr., the Raiders are "prepared" to offer Brady a contract. The father of NFL star wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald reports the Raiders are offering a two-year contract worth $60 million.
Here's his report.
Brady reportedly wasn't happy with the Patriots lack of offensive weapons during the 2019 season. However, going to the Raiders doesn't exactly solve that problem.
Running back Josh Jacobs emerged as a legitimate threat, but Las Vegas lacks true receiving threats outside of tight end Darren Waller.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft made it clear he wants Brady back in New England. He might need to open his wallet to make it happen.
Will Brady leave New England?