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Tom Brady Odds: Is a Return in Play to the Dolphins?

Tom Brady retired after the season but some believe he isn't quite done yet. Let's take a look at the likelihood of him going elsewhere.
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Tom Brady Odds: Is a Return in Play to the Dolphins?

After the 2021 NFL season, a season in which Tom Brady was dominant, he decided to step away and retire. A soon-to-be 45-year-old retiring shouldn't be a massive story but when that player went for 5,300 yards and 43 touchdown passes it certainly comes as a little bit of a surprise.

Many believe that Tom Brady isn't really done, and Mike Florio is reporting that the Dolphins planned to pursue both Sean Payton and Tom Brady for the 2022 season.

Originally, the plan was for the Dolphins to team up Sean Payton and Tom Brady. Now that certainly could've changed the landscape of the AFC. The Dolphins aren't the only team who is linked to Tom Brady. A connection with the San Francisco 49ers was something brought up a ton since the retirement of Brady.

Let's take a look at the teams who have been linked to Tom Brady post-retirement:

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None -250 (Bet $250 to win $100)

The favorite is that Tom Brady stays retired. These odds imply a 71.4 percent chance of Brady remaining retired and not suiting up in 2022. I think he stays retired but that's not any fun so let's look at some other options that could look to land Brady.

San Francisco 49ers +200 (Bet $100 to win $200)

As a California kid, Tom Brady grew up idolizing Joe Montana. It makes sense, he played and won a ton for his hometown San Francisco 49ers. San Fran drafted Trey Lance third overall last year and it seems like they are likely to move on from Jimmy Garroppolo this offseason but perhaps their plans change for Tom.

If the greatest quarterback of all-time wants to play for your franchise you ditch your plan and go with that.

Miami Dolphins +700 (Bet $100 to win $700)

With Mike McDaniel and no Sean Payton, I feel like this ship has sailed. I'm not sold on Tua Tagovailoa but would the Buccaneers really make a move with the Miami Dolphins in-state? I know it's not the same as some other in-state rivalries but still, how would that go over to their fans?

Running it back in the AFC East would be pretty ironic though after he dominated that division for the better portion of two decades.

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Tom Brady Next Team Odds

San Francisco 49ers+200
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+350
Pittsburgh Steelers+450
New England Patriots+600
Miami Dolphins+700
Green Bay Packers+800
Dallas Cowboys+1500
Denver Broncos+2000
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OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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