The Bucs are 2/3 favorites to land the 42-year-old in free agency, while Brady is 11/10 to remain with the New England Patriots.
Could Tom Brady leave New England after two decades, and will Dallas manage to keep both Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper?
The legal tampering period for the 32 franchises begins on Monday and Tom Brady's future could be decided this week.
The NFL's "legal tampering" is set for noon on Monday, and free agency opens up Wednesday afternoon. NFL executives expect the schedule to go on as planned.
The six-time Super Bowl winner will become a free agent on March 18 and could leave New England after two decades.
NFL Network analysts say Tua Tagovailoa, Joe Burrow, Dak Prescott and one NFL backup are more sought-after than Tom Brady, one of the all-time greats in the league.
While appearing on a podcast, the free-agent wide receiver sent a message to the New England Patriots quarterback.
Brady will become an unrestricted free agent on March 18—and it's far from guaranteed he will extend his stay in New England.
"I had a vodka cranberry in my hand and when they said it to me I put the drink down and said, 'Let's talk a little bit more about this.'" Michael Irvin told WEEI when first hearing of the possibility of the Dallas Cowboys trading Dak Prescott so they can sign Tom Brady.
As many teams look to fill their quarterback spots—both as starters and on the depth chart—there looks to be a full buffet to choose from between big-name NFL stars who are free agents and a slew of solid college quarterbacks entering the 2020 NFL Draft.
The six-time Super Bowl champion can walk away from New England as a free agent in March and will turn 43 before the start of next season.
Brady is set to become a free agent for the first time in his career and could end a two-decade stay with the Patriots.
Home field was not kind to three of the four NFL teams that hosted games over the weekend. The four teams that had byes—Baltimore, Kansas City, San Francisco and Green Bay—will all host games in the divisional round.
The AFC East title is on the line as the two divisional rivals meet in Foxborough, with the Patriots looking for a seventh straight win over the Bills.
Brady can still pass Brees, but the chase is close as the all-time touchdown passing record is now in the hands of Drew Brees, who passed Peyton Manning on Monday.
Brees connected with Josh Hill early in the third quarter to give the Saints a 27-0 lead, and it made Brees the league's all-time leader in touchdown passes.
Manning, who played mostly for the Indianapolis Colts and then the Denver Broncos from a span of 1998-2015, still holds the record for most passing touchdowns in a career with 539. Drew Brees is third on the list with 537, and the Saints play at home Monday night.
On Tuesday the wide receiver apologized to New England owner Robert Kraft for calling him out on Twitter after he was released in September.
The Cowboys have a 6-4 record, and only one team they've beaten seems to have a realistic shot at the playoffs. Of their four losses, three of them are making a strong playoff push. Then there was a bad loss.
Week 6 of the NFL regular season kicks off on Thursday night, when the Patriots host the Giants in Foxborough looking to improve to 6-0.
The Patriots are 5-0 for the first time since 2015 and could find themselves going into the Week 10 bye at 9-0.
Kyle Kusz, an associate professor of kinesiology at the University of Rhode Island has a much different take on the 42-year-old quarterback, claiming his popularity stems from white supremacy.
The traditional long-hour documentary celebrating the most recent Super Bowl winners premieres at 9 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
Patrick Mahomes could become the first player since Peyton Manning in 2009 to win back-to-back MVP awards.
The New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs are the bookmakers' favorites, followed by the Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints.
Though Brady maintains a notoriously strict diet, the quarterback simply hates this common fruit, and fitness has nothing to do with it.