Following Bruce Arians‘ unexpected retirement announcement on Wednesday night, Tom Brady is being linked to another NFL team.
On Wednesday night, Arians announced his retirement from coaching and his move to Tampa Bay’s front office. Todd Bowles will be the Buccaneers’ new head coach.
“I appreciate the Glazer family and Jason Licht’s trust in me to take on this responsibility, as well as Coach Arians’ support and advice over the last four decades,” Bowles stated. “My family has made Tampa their home, and we are looking forward to continuing to be a part of this community for many years to come.” We have all of the components in place as an organisation to sustain the winning tradition that has been created here in recent years. In preparation for the 2022 season, I am excited to begin working with our players, coaching staff, and front office.”
While the “goal” is for Bowles to coach a Tom Brady-led club in 2022, others are speculating about Bowles joining another team.
“Tom Brady to Miami” is trending nationally on Twitter on Wednesday night.
How is “Brady to Miami” trending.
Y’all paying attention?
— Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) March 31, 2022
Bruce Arians retiring as Brady to Miami rumors circulate 👀
— Stephanie Otey (@StephOtey) March 31, 2022
Twitter: Tom Brady to Miami.
Bill Belichick: pic.twitter.com/i2oC1oibYO
— In My Mind (@MeAloneInMyMind) March 31, 2022
This site never disappoints. Brady to Miami trending already.
— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) March 31, 2022
Could Bucs Tom Brady to Miami Dolphins be something that happens? As the #NFL offseason has been crazy.
Let me know your thoughts!
— NFL Rumors (@nflrums) March 31, 2022
Tom Brady was linked to Miami earlier this month, with reports claiming he could be handed an ownership stake.
Mike McDaniel, the Dolphins’ head coach, knocked down those allegations.
At this moment, the “Tom Brady to Miami” rumours appear to be little more than conjecture.
“Brady to Miami” is definitely not the accurate reaction to tonight’s news, folks.
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 31, 2022
Even so, the NFL offseason has been a pleasant surprise, particularly in Tampa Bay.