Out of nowhere. Thereā€™s rumors floating around that Tom Brady could sign with the Dallas Cowboys:

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The Tom Brady free agency carousel keeps spinning. Weā€™ve heard that the Titans and Chargers are two possible landing spots for the future Hall of Famer.


But recently over the past couple of weeks thereā€™s been a lot speculation that Brady could end up signing with the Cowboys. Dallas has a great offensive line and one of the top running backs in Ezekiel Elliott. And if Jerry Jones can keep Amari Cooper in Texas then there would be a perfect supporting cast for Brady. That environment would be an upgrade over what the 42 year old had to deal with in Foxborough. The question is can Brady help whip Dallas into shape? Thereā€™s no denying that the roster has a lot of talent but thereā€™s also so many distractions the team has to overcome. Jones is a great businessman but sometimes his approach as a GM / Owner leads to chaos. Thatā€™s literally the opposite of what Tom Brady dealt with with the Patriots. But maybe Brady can be the voice of reason for a franchise who doesnā€™t know how to ā€œkeep it football.ā€ A great quarterback can have that kind of impact and this could be refreshing for both sides. Now we have to wait and see if Dallas is serious about cutting Dak Prescott loose? Obviously that would be the first step to landing Brady in free agency.

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