Poll: Who does Tom Brady sign with?

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    Question Who does Tom Brady sign with?

    Lots of teams rumored to be in on Tom Brady so who does he sign with?
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    Sportsbook westgate has brady signing with Pats at 1-2, with chiefs 10,000-1

    to be honest, i haven't a clue.

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    I am hoping its the Patriots...He has been a top quarterback for years, but gets middle of the road money...He just wants to maximize his paycheck for the last few years of his playing career (just like any of us would). Sometimes I feel the Kraft's take advantage of his competitive spirit...
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    Hopefully he just retires. I personally wouldn't want to be the next Emmitt Smith if I were him. It taints his legacy if he does that IMO.

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    It taints his legacy if he does that IMO.

    I dunno, Joe Montana, Brett Favre, Joe Namath, and Johnny Unitas were all synonymous with their long-time franchises and not where they ended their careers. Might seem SUPER weird if he's on another team for a bit, but that'll pass in time as an interesting fact about his career and not defining. Unless he goes all Peyton Manning and wins a Super Bowl :).

    I say Pats or retirement.

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    It think he will stay a Patriot and media has made too much of it. That said I would like to see him have success in a different uniform.

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    Brady for most of his career in NE took less money so they could put the best team out there with him. If it comes down to money, Brady doesn't owe the Patriots nothing. I don't think Kraft will let him go, but if he does, I can see Brady in a Chargers or Titans Jersey.

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    I am hoping its the Patriots...

    Me too but at this point I don't think he will.....

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    Hopefully he just retires. I personally wouldn't want to be the next Emmitt Smith if I were him. It taints his legacy if he does that IMO.

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    Favre's 2009 season with the Vikings him at some of his best. Fewest picks thrown and highest rating of his career, took Minnesota to the NFC title game. He'll always be a Packer but he wasn't a sad sack post-Green Bay.

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