Report: Titans not interested in Tom Brady, working on new deal for Ryan Tannehill
The Tennessee Titans are reportedly not interested in signing Tom Brady this offseason and instead have turned their focus to re-signing Ryan Tannehill.
There have been lots of rumors about Brady’s potential landing spot in free agency, with the Titans seemingly being the front-runner if the star quarterback doesn’t decide to return to the New England Patriots.
Well, it appears that the rumors linking Brady to the Titans may have been nothing more than rumors, according to ESPN’s Dianna Russini.
The Titans are not interested in Tom Brady, they are working hard to get a deal done with Ryan Tannehill per sources
— Dianna (@diannaESPN) March 15, 2020
Tannehill helped lead the Titans to the AFC title game last season after replacing Marcus Mariota as the team’s starting quarterback.
Of course, while Tannehill was impressive, it made sense why so many people thought the Titans could have interest in signing Brady given both his NFL accomplishments and relationship with head coach Mike Vrabel.
But with Tennessee expected to turn its focus to Tannehill, that should open up even more speculation about Brady’s NFL future.
The Patriots have likely been the front-runner from the very start, and with the Titans out of the mix at this point, Brady returning to New England may make the most sense.
But again, the team to beat is probably the Patriots when it comes to signing Brady.