Betting odds for where Tom Brady will play in 2020

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The end of an era could very well be upon us.

Four-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady is set to become an unrestricted free agent (without the possibility of being franchised tagged) this coming offseason, and his NFL future will without a doubt be the talk of the sports world until he is officially under contract for the 2020 season.

At this point, the idea of seeing Brady in anything other than a New England Patriots uniform still seems surreal. But at the same time, there are multiple reports (from some of the most reputable sources in sports media) suggesting that the six-time Super Bowl champion is fully prepared to move on from the only NFL franchise he’s ever known.

As expected, everyone around the NFL has an opinion on Brady’s future. Today, we’re going to look at how the Las Vegas oddsmakers see this situation playing out.

First off, the Patriots are the odds-on favorites to be Brady’s 2020 team, as expected.

BetOnline.ag, has the line set at -300 (bet $300 to win $100) that Brady will be on New England’s Week 1 roster next September. They are also offering +200 odds that he will not be on their roster when the 2020 season opens.

Beyond a reunion in New England, BetOnline’s oddsmakers have established the following teams as the most likely free agency destinations for Brady.

Odds courtesy of BetOnline.ag as of January 11, 2020.

Indianapolis Colts (+800)

The Colts make perfect sense on paper — they have a very solid roster and play in a climate controlled stadium. Convincing Brady and his wife, supermodel Giselle Bundchen, to move to the thriving metropolis (sarcasm) that is Indianapolis could prove to be difficult, however.

Las Vegas Raiders (+700)

Whether they are true or not, the rumors about Jon Gruden’s dissatisfaction with Derek Carr continue to surface. And with the team moving in to their glitzy new stadium on the Las Vegas strip next fall, owner Mark Davis is surely going to want to make a splash in free agency this offseason (he has tickets to sell, after all). No acquisition would make a bigger splash than Brady.

And there is also this:

Dallas Cowboys (+700)

In my opinion, this scenario should be considered much more of a longshot than 7/1 — something around 20/1 (+2000) seems more realistic.

For Brady to land in Dallas, Jerry Jones and his staff would have to decide to completely cut ties with Das Prescott. While Jones is the type of guy to make splashy (and sometimes unwise) moves, I just don’t see it happening here.

Los Angeles Chargers (+200)

Brady has been linked to the Chargers for as long as the rumors of him leaving New England have existed. Aside from the instability of the franchise (that’s a story for another day), this would be a near perfect landing spot for Brady (for multiple reasons).

Other teams to watch:

  • Carolina Panthers (+900)
  • Cleveland Browns (+900)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+900)
  • Denver Broncos (+1200)
  • Miami Dolphins (+1400)
  • Minnesota Vikings (+1400)
  • New Orleans Saints (+1600)
  • Chicago Bears (+1600)

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