BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — As Tom Brady enters his 20th season with the Patriots, New England fans far and wide wonder what could be next for the 42-year-old quarterback. But those hoping to see him continue his football career as a coach on the New England sidelines could be in for a disappointment.
Speaking with reporters after a joint-practice with former teammate Mike Vrabel's Tennessee Titans, Brady reflected on Vrabel's coaching acumen. "He's extremely competitive. Really a hard-nosed tough player," Brady said about the 44-year-old coach. "And I think he's built a team that's very similar. Very hard-hitting, hard-working, just a good, tough, hard-nosed team."
When pressed on coaching himself, Brady's answer was short and to the point.
"Oh hell no, I'm never coaching," the six-time Super Bowl winner said to laughs. "Playing is enough for me."
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots kick off their season September 8th against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) reports
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