Sean Payton Doesn’t Need Tom Brady Or Saints To Come Back
Almost a year after Brian Flores’ lawsuit ignite the fire inside the NFL that will continue to engulf potential partnership between Tom Brady and Sean Payton, those two could finally join forces in 2023. Payton needs to make sure to step out of that latent flame and never look back.
Rumors are circulating throughout the NFL that the two will sign to the same franchise for next season, when both non-football savvy will sign. Pro Football Talk’s MIke Florio made the topic even more interesting when he reported that they both may be on their way where Payton became the future Hall of Famer, New Orleans. Florio wrote that a source informed him that the possibility of Payton and Brady playing for the Saints was “the worst kept secret in the league.”
The news certainly caught the attention of Saints ‘WR Michael Thomas. There was a bit of a rift in his and Payton’s relationship last season, when Thomas underwent ankle surgery just before the start of training camp, and reportedly do not receive calls from the Saints coach or coach during the season. Injuries have also hampered his 2022 campaign but he, and his limited run of more than $25 million next year, appear to be intrigued by the idea of a return for Payton and 46-year-old Brady. in the midfield position.
Saints insider Nick Underhill is reporting that “it will be a surprise” if Dennis Allen doesn’t return as the team’s head coach next season.
Sticking with Allen would be a wise move for the Saints, and Payton should keep an eye on the Dallas Cowboys’ playoff performance. If they make another quick exit, or get knocked out in any pre-Super Bowl innings, he could finally get the job he’s been linked to rumors for years. .
Even if the Cowboys head coach doesn’t open up, Payton doesn’t need to ride back to New Orleans on his white horse with Brady by his side, panting and sighing when he’s 50. Payton could have trained the Saints for as long as he wanted, but instead, he decided to do something different. However, he made it clear that leaving Bayou not retirement.
While his original plan seems to have been thwarted by the Dolphins’ despise As for the NFL’s anti-tamper policies, running home with Brady’s version of Fair Conditions isn’t the way to go back to coaching one of the league’s best. Especially with the salary limit knots that the Saints striker is forced to remove after each season.
Maybe the Las Vegas Raiders job opens, or the Houston Texans want to start off with a clean list with Bryce Young as their #1 overall pick. A rookie quarterback and free to do what he wants with an organization, they may not have the stars on their helmets in Houston, but with a star coach and a quarterback, That franchise can be turned around quickly.
Or maybe Payton didn’t like any of the jobs available and decided to wait another year. He’s not even 60 years old. Payton will be employed in 2024 as he wishes in 2023.
The NFL is his oyster, he better not spoil it by adding a bit – very close to the expiration date – Brady.