There is uncertainty around the future of Tom Brady after his early playoff loss. If he hits the market, the Denver Broncos should avoid signing him.
There was no question that despite the Denver Broncos sitting at home this season, Broncos Country was ecstatic to tune in on Saturday night and see the New England Patriots, led by Tom Brady, get dethroned in the AFC Wild Card Game against the Tennessee Titans.
If you are not a Patriots fan, I am certain most of the football fans were happy to see that in the NFL's 100th season, the Patriots and Brady will not be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy in February. The wild card round has not been kind to the Patriots.
After the game, there were a lot of questions on if this was Brady's last game. Not just for the Patriots, but his final game in the league. It has not been ruled out yet. But there is also the elephant in the room that he will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
It would be crazy to see him play anywhere other than New England. But if he is available, would John Elway pick up the phone and call? Well, I am going to list my reasons why the Denver Broncos should not sign Tom Brady if he hits the free agent market.