Colin Cowherd: “Remember, Tom Brady didn’t want to retire [last year]. Tom Brady’s wife at the time, Gisele, wanted Tom to retire. Tom Brady’s father has been quoted in the last year saying ‘I don’t think my son wants to retire.’ There’s an obvious one for Tom Brady and that’s San Francisco… He will, if offered, take the Niners job. He will consider the Raiders… But nobody is talking about the Miami Dolphins. Folks, fastest wide receiver tandem maybe in league history. Jaylen Waddle is a star, Tyreek Hill is maybe a bigger star, capable running backs, Mike Gesicki is an excellent young tight end, Hall of Fame level left tackle, a brilliant offensive coach that runs the same system Kyle Shanahan does which is not quarterback dependent. Take a snap, three steps, get it out, read the defense… It is a perfect system for Brady. The Dolphins already had to give up a pick for tampering, you might as well get something out of it. They were interested before in Brady, he stays in the state, he stays on the East Coast. Miami feels really strong— left tackle, offensive coach, lots of weapons, an organization he’s played… The Jets don’t have their quarterback and New England has an average one. He looks at that division and goes ‘all I have to do is beat Josh Allen.’ He’s already beat Mahomes in a Super Bowl, wouldn’t it be great if he goes to Miami with the wide receiver tandem and can say ‘I beat Mahomes in his prime, I beat Allen in his prime, and Burrow couldn’t get past me.’” (Full Video Above)
Watch Colin Cowherd explain what he thinks is the best destination for Tom Brady in 2023 should he not retire from the NFL, and the obvious option of the San Francisco 49ers isn’t available.
Check out the segment above as Colin details why he thinks the Dolphins would be the perfect fit for the 45-year-old.