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Tom Brady posts mysterious photo as speculation rages over NFL legend's future


NFL legend Tom Brady has sparked more speculation over his future with a mysterious social media post appearing to hint at his next move.

Uncertainty shrouds the future of New England Patriots quarter-back Brady, a six-times Superbowl winner, who is currently set to become a free agent in the off-season.

It is yet to be confirmed whether the Patriots will keep Brady on, while he said recently it was unlikely he would retire.

On Thursday, talk of a possible move was ramped up as Brady posted a cryptic, black-and-white picture of himself appearing to leave Foxborough stadium, home of the Patriots.

The picture, posted to Instagram and Twitter, sparked more speculation about where he will go if he decides to join another NFL franchise, with links having been identified to Los Angeles, New York and Tennessee.

Tom Brady celebrates his sixth Superbowl win with New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft a year ago

Following recent talk that Brady could be about to join the Tennesse Titans, WCVB reported that wife Giselle Bundchen was spotted visiting a school in the Nashville area on Thursday. However, the school has denied this.

Brady was this week seen in New York with his three children, while a radio station in New England reported that Brady had bought a home in the Las Vegas area – lending credence to rumours he could be set to sign for the LA Raiders.

Alongside legendary head coach Bill Belichick, Brady led the Patriots to their first Super Bowl victory in 2002 before adding another five titles to his collection, with the latest coming against the LA Rams last year.

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In addition to making a record nine appearances at the championship game, Brady has also been named league MVP on three occasions (2007, 2010, and 2017).

However, there were indications this season that time has started to catch up to the future Hall of Famer as the Patriots were forced to play in the wild card round of the playoffs for the first time in 10 years.





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