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Tom Brady announced on Instagram that he will no longer be playing for the New England Patriots. Where will Tom Brady sign next? Philip Rivers has signed with the Indianapolis Colts.
Pending free-agent receiver Robby Anderson recently said he “truly” wants to re-sign with the New York Jets. A day after making the statement, Anderson made an appearance on ESPN’s SportsCenter and said he has dreamed about playing with Tom Brady.
“I just had a dream last night that we were on the same team,” Anderson said Wednesday morning, appearing as a guest on ESPN’s SportsCenter set. “No lie. It’s so crazy.”
When asked which team he and Brady were playing for in the dream, Anderson said, “The crazy thing is, I didn’t see the team. Well, I didn’t see like the actual colors of the jersey. However, we were literally on the same practice field at practice together.”
When asked if he would like to play with Brady, the receiver said, “That would be a dream come true.”
Possible Teams Where Tom Brady Will Sign Next Season
Having played with the Jets, Anderson anticipated that there would be some backlash from fans after expressing a desire to play with one of their most hated rivals, so he addressed the comments on Twitter, telling his followers that he and Brady could have been playing in the Pro Bowl.
26-year-old receiver said he is drawing “a lot of interest” from teams that say they are interested in him. New York Jets would like to re-sign Anderson before he hits the open market, but his price could exceed $12 million per year, which might be more than the team is willing to spend. Where will Tom Brady sign next you ask?
“I truly do want to be back with the Jets,” he said. “Love Sam Darnold. I love my teammates, Jamal Adams and all those guys. Feel like there’s unfinished business there that I’ve been trying to get done since I got there. Would hope to finish out the mission, all in all, but it’s a business.”