Miami Dolphins Reportedly Make Decision On Pursuing Tom Brady

Tom Brady has the option to become a free agent in March if he decides to play in 2023 but does not want to stay in Tampa.

You shouldn't anticipate the Miami Dolphins to pursue the seven-time Super Bowl champion, according to the most recent reporting from ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The Dolphins had already expressed interest in Brady, and they even lost this year's first-round pick as payback for interfering with the storied quarterback.

However, sources told Schefter that the Dolphins have made Tua Tagovailoa their starting quarterback for 2023 

and that they were happy with his progress during the previous campaign under rookie head coach Mike McDaniel.

Brady, who turns 46 in August, made headlines recently when he and his children reportedly toured an elite Miami prep school, sparking rumors that the Dolphins are an option for him next year.

However, if Schefter is right, Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins will be moving forward at full speed in 2023. Of course, Tagovailoa's health might derail those ambitions.

Although he has been adamant that he wants to go on, Tagovailoa has had two concussions that have been confirmed to have occurred during the 2022 season.

As of last week, he was apparently still in the concussion protocol.

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