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Jerod Mayo Was Asked About A Potential Reunion With Tom Brady

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Tom Brady accomplished everything that an NFL player can accomplish.

By all accounts, he is arguably the greatest signal-caller in NFL history.

However, that doesn’t mean he is done playing despite being retired for over a season now.

New Patriots head coach Jerod Mayo was asked on “The Greg Hill Show” about a potential Patriots return for the seven-time Super Bowl winner.

“I love Tom and the door is always open if he wants to come in here and coach. But as far as going on the field, I don’t know…I doubt he’s going to be walking through these doors anytime soon,” Mayo said Monday.

Patriots Head Coach Jerod Mayo joins the show for "Mayo Mondays"! Could Tom Brady make a potential return this year? @WEEI

— The Greg Hill Show (@TheGregHillShow) April 29, 2024

Brady has literally done everything in the league.

From winning the most Super Bowls to setting almost every major statistical passing mark over his 23-year career, he doesn’t need to prove anything at all.

But, that doesn’t mean that competitive fire in him isn’t still burning.

On the flip side of things, the former Michigan Man is about to become the lead color commentator for FOX NFL Sunday this upcoming NFL season.

Also, if the Patriots don’t think he’ll be coming back there anytime soon, it is hard to imagine him showing up anywhere else to play.

He turns 47 years of age in August and nearly every NFL team has their quarterback situation figured out, generally.

But if an older quarterback on a winning team like Matthew Stafford on the Rams or Aaron Rodgers on the Jets gets hurt, Brady might very well be the first person that gets a call.

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