It's interesting to note that Larry Fitzgerald Jr., like Brady, is a long-time interviewee of Jim Gray on Westwood One's broadcasts of Monday and Thursday night NFL games.
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While Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported on Super Bowl Sunday that the Patriots are willing to go beyond $30 million a year to retain Brady, it's unclear if New England would make a multi-year offer, since the face of the franchise, who'll turn 43 in August, essentially worked under a one-year deal this past season.
Our Tom Curran has reported that while the Patriots will "extend themselves" financially to retain Brady, money is likely not the most important factor to the QB.
As Curran wrote Friday:
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Raiders make most sense for Brady. They had the 6th best OL last year in pass protection, Fells, Tyrell Williams, Hunter Renfrow, Josh Jacobs, multi year deal and I doubt Giselle wants to live in some hillbilly market like Indianapolis or Nashville