Height
6' 5"
Weight
211 lbs
Hand Size
--
Draft Pick
6.33
(2000)
College
Michigan
Age
46.9
Best Comparable Player
Philip Rivers
Workout Metrics
5.28
1st
92.4
1st
11.58
40th
33
74th
40-Yard Dash
Burst Score
Agility Score
Throw Velocity
Wonderlic Score
0.0
College QBR
7.5
(30th)
College YPA
21.1
(37th)
Breakout Age
Tom Brady Still Doesn't Rule Out a Return to the NFL
2 months ago

While getting interviewed during a haircut, Brady admitted he wouldn’t be opposed to returning to the NFL, pending the right circumstances.

We all know Tom Brady could still be in the league if he wanted to be, which is crazy to say for someone who is 46 years old. Brady acknowledged that he’s been staying in shape and still throwing the football. He also shared that he’d be open to joining a team under the circumstances posed by his barber- a team like the 49ers that was in the championship hunt with a late season QB injury. Brady throws the Patriots and Raiders into the discussion of potential teams he’d consider.

 

There are a few factors to consider before getting too excited. Brady has been going through a lengthy, unfinished process to acquire an ownership stake in the Las Vegas Raiders, which would introduce serious complexity. Furthermore, Brady doesn’t seem overly eager to put in the commitment to play an entire season, which makes him off the radar for fantasy purposes at this time.

 

We’ll still keep a candle lit for the GOAT and have his PlayerProfiler page up… you never know!

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New Era Set to Begin in New England: Bill Belichick OUT Jerod Mayo IN
5 months ago

The New England Patriots have hired Jerod Mayo Sr., to replace Bill Belichick as their new had coach.

After parting ways with legendary head coach Bill Belichick, the Patriots have decided to move forward with former Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo Sr. as their new man in charge. Belichick has found life difficult without Tom Brady under center. Although Belichick had a couple of winning seasons since Brady departed to Tampa Bay, it appears that the game has caught up to the future Hall of Famer.

 

Mayo was a hot commodity after the regular season ended. There are reports that four teams were vying for Mayo’s services to be their head coach but the Patriots wasted little time in hiring Mayo a day after say goodbye to Belichick. Patriots Owner Robert Kraft, has thought very highly of Mayo for some time now  and was quoted  last March as saying “There is no ceiling on his ability to grow and how competent he is.”

 

Mayo has been part of the Patriots coaching staff since 2019 and is set to make his mark as head coach for the Patriots. What does this mean for the Patriots’ offense going forward who knows, but it was time for the team to move on from Belichick. Some time players need a new voice to get them in sync and moving in a new direction and for the Patriots that time is now!