Tom Brady is undecided about his future after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers they were eliminated from the NFL playoffs by the Dallas Cowboys in the wild card round.
The 45-year-old will take his time deciding whether to return for a 24th NFL season after a year of struggles on and off the field.
However, while the seven-time Super Bowl champion Unsure about his future, he’s sure he’ll appeal the NFL’s reported $16,444 fine for his attempted trip on Cowboys safety Malik Hooker during Tampa Bay’s playoff loss.
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«It’s already been appealed, so I don’t know if I can say anything before my appeal is decided. But we’ll see what happens after I appeal,» Brady said on the latest episode of «Let’s Go!» podcast.
«I tried to tackle him with my right shoulder and missed,» Brady continued. «And I wasn’t going to try to get my arm out, so I was trying to throw him to the ground. I tried to throw him to the ground and I missed. Completely. I didn’t even hit him. I tried to trip him, but I didn’t.
«So I don’t know how they can ticket you for something that didn’t even happen. Are they ticketing an intent? It’s like aiming, and you missed the person you hit, and they still call it aiming. I have to find out.» and understand why this is the case. That’s why I wish our NFLPA was stronger.»
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The travel attempt occurred in the second half vs. Dallas when Tampa Bay wide receiver Chris Godwin appeared to fumble after a nine-yard reception.
Brady appeared to attempt a sliding tackle on Hooker, missing the Cowboys’ safety.
On the podcast, Brady was asked if he has a timeline for making a decision on the 2023 NFL season.
«If I’d known what I was going to do, I would have done it by now,» he told sportscaster Jim Gray. on the podcast. «I’m taking it one day at a time.»
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Brady will become a free agent in March for the second time in his NFL career.
There are reportedly several nfl teams interested on his services if Brady decides to continue playing out of Tampa Bay.
«Among the teams that would consider Brady, there are a couple that considered Brady last time,» NFL pundit Ian Rapoport said in early January. «The Tennessee Titans still have some quarterback questions there. The 49ers, if they don’t decide to rock Brock Purdy, it’s certainly making the case for him. And the las vegas raiderswho has several of his old friends, including Josh McDaniels.»
Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos contributed to this report