On Tuesday morning, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady announced that he'll be leaving the team, writing, "my football journey will take place elsewhere."Sports reporter Trenni Kusnierek joined Boston Public Radio on Tuesday to speak about which team Brady will now join.
"According to multiple reports, Brady has two deals on the table from the Los Angeles Chargers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers," she said. "These two teams have offered him, allegedly, 30 million dollars per year deals."
Each team offers different prospects for Brady, she said.
"Personnel-wise, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers might be the best place for him to try and win," Kusnierek said. "You take an otherwise historically embarrassingly bad franchise, and you turn it around at the end of your career, at 43 - I'm not sure there's a better reclamation project."
The Chargers, on the other hand, plan to open up a new stadium this July, which offers a different opportunity for Brady, she said.