Perhaps Montreal Alouettes general manager Danny Macciosia should try calling quarterback Tom Brady to pitch his offense in 2023.
Earlier this week, the seven-time Super Bowl owner said he would like to play in the Canadian Football League (CFL).
“I hope to be able to play in the CFL at some point and see what I can do there. [au Canada]Brady said during an appearance on the “Let’s Go!” Because things are going well for me outside the country.
It was clearly a joke on the part of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ pivot. He made the comment regarding his successes when his team plays outside the United States.
Last Sunday, Brady and “The Boss” beat the Seattle Seahawks 21-16 in a game in Munich, Germany. It was the fourth time the 45-year-old had tasted international Naeem Nassr since the start of his NFL career. It is also a running record for a quarterback.
Back in the CFL, Brady recalled that former New England Patriots teammate Doug Flutie “always said good things” about his experience on the Canadian circuit. The former quarterback played eight seasons in the CFL, playing for the BC Lions, Calgary Stampeders, and Toronto Argonauts.
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