Even when he’s not playing in the Super Bowl, Tom Brady finds himself in the headlines on Super Bowl Sunday. With his future playing career up in the air, two teams officially emerged as suitors for Brady’s services should he end his relationship with the New England Patriots.

The Los Angeles Chargers and Oakland (soon to be Las Vegas) Raiders have been linked to a pursuit of Brady if he becomes available this offseason.

The news feels a little sensationalized and clickbait, but with Adam Schefter, one of the most respected names in the NFL world, reporting it on Super Bowl Sunday, I would hope there’s some truth to the rumors. Specifically, Schefter broke the news the Raiders were interested in bringing in Brady alongside their move to Las Vegas.

The Chargers have been linked to Brady since the end of the regular season, and even more so after the decision to move on from Philip Rivers at the quarterback position.

Of course, there are sure to be quite a few suitors if Brady decides to leave his long-time situation in New England and test the free agent waters.

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7 Landing Spots IF Tom Brady Left the Patriots

When I wrote about Brady’s Top 7 Landing Spots if he were to become a free agent in early January, the Chargers topped the list of potential suitors. I didn’t list the Raiders as a spot, and am still skeptical Brady would walk into a situation that isn’t already primed for success.

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