The NFL is always full of news, and this week is no different. As the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles prepare for Super Bowl LVII, there’s plenty happening around the league. A lot of it has to do with Tom Brady and his future.
Brady Wants Some “Me” Time
After Brady announced his retirement last week, fans are eager to learn more about his future as a sports analyst. Brady himself has already revealed some details.
The seven-time Super Bowl champ spoke with Colin Cowherd on “The Herd” on FS1 and Fox Sports Radio that he will begin his career as an analyst with the Fox through the 2024 season. Last year Brady signed a 10-year deal with Fox in May to become lead analyst when he decided to retire.
However, he revealed that the new facet of him before the cameras will begin until next year. He wants to take some time to catch up with other aspects of his life. Given some of the social media highlights of him recently, that could include kindling some romance.
Steve Wilks To San Fran
The San Francisco 49ers are going to have the services of Defensive Coordinator Steve Wilks. He will replace DeMeco Ryans, who will be in charge of the Houston Texans.
According to information from NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport, San Francisco would have defined the arrival of Wilks in its defensive coordination, taking into account the good work with Carolina Panthers, including 12 interim games as head coach. last campaign.
In the event that Wilks’ presence with the 49ers is confirmed, it would be a difficult task after the organization was allowed the fewest yards and points per game this season.
The 53-year-old Wilks would have the opportunity to reach a consolidated defense, recalling his time as head coach with the Arizona Cardinals, his time as an interim with the Panthers after being the defensive coordinator and having moments with the Chicago Bears and San Diego Chargers as defensive backs coach.
Tua Might Be A $32M Liability
During the regular season, Tua Tagovailoa of the Miami Dolphins missed six games due to two concussions he sustained in Weeks 4 and 16. After suffering the second, when the Dolphins lost to the Green Bay Packers, he had to sit out, and ultimately wouldn’t return for the entire season.
Now, Dr. Hector L. Frisbie thinks enough’s enough. He believes that Tagovailoa could sustain a more serious injury if he returns to the field and, therefore, doesn’t think the QB should be allowed back in.
The fact that Tagovailoa has never played a full NFL season, despite the fact that he started his NFL career three years ago, says a lot. He has a fifth-year option worth over $23 million – a lot of money for someone who has been plagued with injuries. When asked about the future, Fins GM Chris Grier would only say that “everything is on the table for us.”