Fox Sports Radio personality Jason Smith recently spoke about veteran quarterback Tom Brady landing in New York. During an episode of his show, he suggested that the Giants might be a good landing spot for Brady.
Eli Manning recently went into retirement after years of playing for the Giants and now, the team is in need for a good quarterback. With Brady going into free agency, he seems like the best candidate for the position. So, Smith suggested:
“How about the Giants replacing Eli Manning with Tom Brady? He could get a 3- or 4-year contract with the Giants. Joe Judge just took over, who was a wide receivers coach in New England. Brady is not going to play off the map somewhere in a place like Tennessee. He’s a big star and an icon, and by being in New York Brady can be a star on and off the field, and Gisele can continue to do things she wants to do in the entertainment mecca of the United States.
“Brady is not going to Carolina just because it’s a ‘good fit.’ He’s either going to New York or Los Angeles. The Giants will do something, and either move Daniel Jones or have him sit behind Brady for a year or two. The Giants would offer everything Brady needs to continue his career, and the NFC East is one of the weakest divisions in football.”
Soon after, Boston radio host Scott Zolak spoke on his show about an insider telling him that Brady could really consider playing in New York:
“There are some clear draws for Brady on the blue side of New York. He’s familiar with new head coach Joe Judge, who spent 2012-2019 with the Patriots as a special teams coach and wide receivers coach. Judge has brought a number of former Patriots assistants to the Giants, including former assistant QB coach Jerry Schuplinski. Offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, while not a part of the Patriots coaching tree, runs an Erhardt-Perkins system like the one Brady had in New England.”
We can’t wait to see where Brady ends up!