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Colin Cowherd: Market For Tom Brady Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

Colin Cowherd: “Suddenly all the offers are drying up for Tom Brady. It was a fun game of poker but there is no royal flush, there’s no straight, and it’s a 7 and 2 off-suite… THERE’S NOTHING THERE. My prediction has always been New England is the favorite.” (Full Video Above)

Listen to Colin Cowherd explain why he thinks the market for Tom Brady was always greatly overstated, as even though the 42-year-old legend is arguably the most fascinating free agent in the history of sports, he appears as a massive risk for a franchise willing to go ‘all-in’ for a player clearly past his prime and in the final several seasons of his career.

With Monday’s news that a handful of potential suitors are bowing out in the Brady sweepstakes, including the Raiders and 49ers, Colin doesn’t really see a viable landing spot for Brady logistically, and says the interest in signing the six-time Super Bowl champion would simply be hype inflamed by owners who would want the want the media attention from acquiring no. 12.

Check out the video above as Colin details why he’s always predicted that Brady would ultimately return to New England, and details why immobile quarterbacks may never have a market again.