Sportsbooks Pull Tom Brady Odds With Growing Concern That He Will Leave Patriots

Posted on February 27, 2020

The question of who would win the New Hampshire primary earlier this month was trumped by a more important query.

“Where will Tom Brady be playing football this coming season?”

All of New England is on pins and needles waiting for Brady to make a decision. And it could come soon.

DraftKings and FanDuel sportsbooks both pulled their respective odds on where Brady will play next season, amid growing buzz that TB12 is leaving Foxboro.

 

Tom Brady odds

Up until early this morning, DraftKings had the following odds for which team Brady would be playing for at the start of the 2020 NFL season.

Patriots -335

Titans +700

Raiders +900

Dolphins +1400

Chargers +1600

Cowboys, Buccaneers +2000

Colts +3300

Bears +4000

Broncos, Steelers +5000

Panthers +6000

Lions, Saints +6600

Jaguars, Vikings, Giants, Eagles, Redskins +7000

Rams, Jets, 49ers +8000

Falcons, Bills, Bengals, Browns, Packers +10000

Cardinals, Ravens, Texans +25000

 

The latest

These odds will no doubt shift dramatically if and when the sportsbooks put them back on the board.

The chatter at the NFL Combine this week has a Brady – Bill Belichick break-up imminent.

“The Patriots still have not reached out to Tom Brady,” The Boston Herald’s Karen Guregian reported Thursday. “According to a source, ‘It’s not looking good.’”

Bleacher Report also reported Thursday morning that “there’s a strong buzz at the NFL Combine that Tom Brady will leave the Patriots this offseason.”

NFL Network’s Mike Giardi, who is as tied in to all-things Patriots as anyone in the national media, reported on Wednesday that the Giants should be taken seriously as a suitor for Brady.

Wouldn’t hurt to put a few bucks on Big Blue if you can still get them at +7000.

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