Last Monday, legendary quarterback Tom Brady announced his retirement from the league after 22 seasons via his social media platforms and over the weekend, he spoke for the first time publicly about the decision. One of the most interesting quotes that came from it, though, was when he was asked about the possibility of being approached by teams at some point before or during the season when a quarterback goes down with an injury. "I'm just going to take things as they come," Brady told his co-host on the Let's Go Podcast, Jim Gray. "The best way to put, you never say never, but at the same time, I feel very good about my decisions. I don't know how I'll feel six months from now, and if that will change, it most likely won't."
The biggest story this week in the NFL looked like it was going to be the official retirement of Tom Brady after 22 years in the NFL, but that has pushed to the back burner and rightfully so, for the lawsuit filed against the NFL by former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores. In the suit that was filed on Tuesday, Flores says that prior to his scheduled interview with the New York Giants, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick texted him a congratulatory message on getting the job as the team's head coach. Shortly after sending the message, Belichick responded apologizing and saying that the message was intended for Brian Daboll, who eventually was eventually named the Giants coaching earlier this week.
The Panthers legend turned NFL Network analyst joined Kyle Bailey on Monday’s edition of the Clubhouse as he reacted to the fallout from Championship Weekend, and what the Panthers could take away from it for next year. Things started more serious today with Steve as he started by discussing that he and his foundation (Steve […]
Tuesday, the future of the NFC South was shaken up a bit around the Carolina Panthers when Saints head coach Sean Payton announced that he was stepping away from the New Orleans Saints after a 16-year stint as the team's head coach. This is a major blow for a Saints team who was already going through the process of replacing the legendary Drew Brees and will now have to find a way to replace the most successful coach in franchise history.
The Panthers Hall of Honor WR turned NFL Network analyst joined Kyle Bailey on Monday’s edition of the Clubhouse as he recapped a historical weekend of the NFL Playoffs, and what he makes of the Panthers hiring Ben McAdoo as Offensive Coordinator. The conversation first looked at the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs as […]
TAMPA – The Carolina Panthers’ seventh straight defeat put the finishing stamp on a disappointing 2021-22 season as they fell 41-17 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As has been their custom, the Panthers scored in the first quarter while still in their opening-game script. Sam Darnold capped a 14-play, 75 yard drive with a two-yard […]
CHARLOTTE – The Tampa Bay Buccaneers clinched the NFC South with a divisional win over the Carolina Panthers, as the home team closed their slate at Bank of America Stadium with a 32-6 defeat. Carolina lost for the fifth consecutive game and sixth straight at home, failing to win a game in Charlotte after the […]
Brady, who will be 44 in August, won his seventh Super Bowl in his first season with the Buccaneers-- a 31-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV. The longtime New England Patriot won a record six Super Bowls in 20 seasons before leaving Foxborough.
Today on the Mac Attack, Mac & T-Bone debated on if Tom Brady has overtaken Michael Jordan as a better all-time American athlete. Mac wanted to bring this conversation up because he was once a huge Tom Brady hater, but has now taken Brady’s side over MJ. Mac proceeds to pull up the stats on […]
Out of the 4 QB’s remaining in the NFL Playoffs, Mac and T-Bone discuss which QB’s legacy could benefit the most from a Super Bowl win. The 4 QB’s remaining are Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, Tom Brady, and Aaron Rodgers.