Tom Brady shuts down questions on replacing Aaron Rodgers on the Jets after retired NFL legend, 46,...
Tom Brady is presumably tired of getting questions on the possibility of replacing Aaron Rodgers as the New York Jets' starting quarterback, as the NFL legend was quick to dismiss another comeback from retirement.
The Jets have been relying on Zach Wilson after Rodgers went down with a season-ending Achilles injury just four snaps into his first game under center for the Jets in Week 1 action against the Buffalo Bills.
New York's front office executives are adamant about sticking with Wilson as the team's starter, so far, and have denied reports of giving Brady a call after Rodgers was confirmed to have surgery.
On his SiriusXM show 'Lets Go!' on Monday, Brady was asked by co-host Jim Gray if the Jets have reached out to him to inquire about any potential interest of his to call another snap in the NFL.
Brady - a seven-time Super Bowl champion - interrupted Gray off before the latter could even finish, saying: 'No, no, no. Next question. You already know. I love being with you guys on Monday and I love what we've got going.'