Tom Brady will not join the Dallas Cowboys next season because the Los Angeles Chargers are a better option for him.
That is the view of ESPN pundit Max Kellerman, who has slammed recent reports that the New England Patriots quarterback could end up in Texas.
Brady will be open for free agency in March if he does not sign a new contract with the Pats before then.
While the 42-year-old has not confirmed what his next move will be, NFL fans and pundits alike have started to put forward their arguments about what he should do.
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Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens caused controversy on Friday be claiming that he thinks Brady will end up at the Cowboys.
But Kellerman thinks Owens is way wide of the mark because the Chargers are a much better option.
“I would love it if Brady went to the Cowboys, it would be hilarious,” he told ESPN.
“But, he is not going to go to Dallas, I said this midway through the season because I think he winds up on the Chargers.
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“You hear everyone in the media say they do not think he is going to be back with the Patriots and that doesn’t happen for no reason.
“The Chargers have weapons everywhere, they play in Los Angeles, he is from California so, I think he will be on the Los Angeles Chargers next year.”
Stephen A. Smith agreed with Kellerman that Brady would not end up at the Cowboys but said he also did not believe that the six-time Super Bowl winner would want to play with the Chargers either.
“I don’t think Tom Brady will go to the Chargers because nobody goes to watch the Chargers,” he added.
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“They play 16 road games a year and over there people have an awful lot they would rather do than go to watch a 42-year-old quarterback.
“It is just my personal belief but I do not see Brady playing with the Chargers next season.”
After the Patriots playoff loss at home to the Tennessee Titans last week many thought that Brady would announce his retirement from the NFL.
But he seemed to put those claims to bed in the press conference afterwards by hitting that he would be playing on.
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