we stand just spoke with sources on this.
I was told the Titans believe that they have a pretty good chance in a head to head matchup with the Patriots to land Tom Brady.
I'm also told that there is a mystery team of 13 firmly in the mix.
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But the Titans Right now they still value Ryan Tannehill.
I'm told Channel wants a lot of money is a freedom.
We're talking maybe $30 million a year, and he should, because he earned it.
Now they're trying to deal with him trying to do with Brady at the same time, and I only have a few days to figure it out.
What's your reaction to hearing that the Titans feel like they're in a really good spot here? I mean, I think it's scary to walk like closest abyss and not have a quarterback locked in, be attending or Brady.
But I don't necessarily find the time to be that attractive oven option for Tom Brady because you still have to get through.
Assuming that his most important thing to Tom Brady is winning a championship, you still have to at some point get through Kansas City in Baltimore.
We're gonna be tough teams next year, and I know the strength of the Titans team is that running game and improving defense.
But it feels like the same sort of situation in New England, with the exception of obviously, they have big weapons there and handed the ball to Henry that take some pressure off of Tom Brady.
But I don't feel like this ensures that they're gonna gonna go through football next year.
Not that any team would.
But I would feel more comfortable sticking with the kind of the Belichick and Patriots model that we've seen so far for them getting back to the Super Bowl.
And then it's also interesting to see him jumping from one team that beat him in the playoffs last year. So very Kevin Durant.
Ask if you can't beat them, join them. Type of move.
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That's right in the morning alongside Rob Ninkovich, Damien Woody and Riley from field, Yates ends with Cliff Kingsbury as the head coach and Colin Murray as the quarterback.
Have they made Arizona potential hot spot for perspective, free agents to sign? I think so, Yeah.
I mean, you looked last year the things that they're able to do, especially in the quarterback position as a rookie.
I was very surprised the way that he was able to be mature and the production that Murray had on that football field last year. I was very surprised.
And I think that if you were a free agent and you're looking to go somewhere that they're going on the rise, right? They're gonna take off here in the next couple of years.
That's a place where I would want to go.
You look defensively.
They have Chandler Jones, a great pass rusher, one of the best in the NFL right now.
So if you're another pass rusher, maybe you want to team up with a guy like that.
Offensively, they have a quarterback that's up in coming.
Um, they probably are on the market for a running back.
You would think, Um, but yeah, I think that they're a team that definitely could be a spot for a free agent.
I mean, listen, I would think so.
You've got a young quarterback who you know, obviously was the office of Rookie of the Year.
Ah, head coach, that they seem like the system messes together because Colin Murder's been running that system think since high school.
So he understands the system.
Um, I'll say the only thing is you're playing NFC West.
That's a big That's a big that's That's a big boy division right there.
But you're not there.
I I'm never scared, but I'm just saying everyone looks for what's the path? What's the best path to get me to? The ultimate goal, which is a Super Bowl.
So But ultimately, you got a young quarterback and a coast that pair of affairs together? Well, think God's will gravitate towards that.
Yeah, I would agree with you.
I would say Maybe give it one more year.
Defensive coordinators do a tremendous job of adjusting to a new kind of offense in the NFL.
We've seen a little bounce back against Sean McVeigh and L. A.
We'll see how they formulate a plan defensively against Cliff King's.
Better, maybe wait one more year.
If you're a free agent, see if they can duplicate what they did in your your one.
See if Kyla Murray can improve.
Larry Fitzgerald comes back right for his 20th year because he saw something special in this young kid and what he's been able to do.
So that is a telling sign.
Free agents maybe hold yourself.
One more year to find out of Phoenix is the right spot for you.
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Does direct TV's NFL Sunday ticket violate antitrust loss? Is it illegal? That's at the heart of a case that's been winding its way to the court system for years, a case that an appeals court has allowed to live on in a case that now the NFL is hoping the Supreme Court steps in and stops.
This class action lawsuit was filed by fans, restaurant owners, bar owners of AH whole large group of people, essentially claiming this that the league is not allowing teams to compete to broadcast out of market games.
So here's the example.
You're a Dallas Cowboy fan and you live in Los Angeles on regular television.
Your game isn't on there.
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What's your option to buy the entire direct TV package? That's the only option.
You got to be able to see that game and that class action lawsuit.
The petitioners in that suit are claiming that that violates antitrust laws, that the league and direct TV are essentially monopolizing the ability to put that game out for you to be able to see that and setting that price at a high level.
So where does this go from here? The Supreme Court now has to decide whether or not they want to hear this case, and that could happen as early as next week.
There are cases in the past that's the Supreme Court have decided against leagues, making the claim that they can't restrict broadcast rights in this way.
But the NFL will argue, Hey, not only do we have the right to do this, but also fans through this package get to see a lot more games than they would have had it just been broadcast brakes on regular TV.
So at the end of the day, it's gonna be up to the Supreme Court whether or not they want to hear this.
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Let's focus for a minute on Tannehill to the Patriots because it's just worth saying out loud.
That's an option that the Patriots could pursue even if Tom Brady wants to come back and 10.
Hell's a lot younger and had a sneaky, brilliant season last year.
I think some of the things that you look at it for, Bill Bella check and some of the stuff that he wants to see.
Guys, they're going to be official of the football.
Ryan Tannehill was very official with the football this year.
Didn't turn it over.
A ton, can move in the pocket by sometime.
He was really good in play action.
They want to try to get back to running the football.
I think in New England.
And so I do think there's a lot of appeal there, Greenie, where he could potentially end up there.
Look, if the Patriots are looking long term right and not thinking to themselves, we're going to try and win the Super Bowl in the next year or two.
When I get that, they generally have had that as their standard.
But if Belichick is looking down the line, you could do a lot worse than Ryan.
Tannehill, who took over what was a bad team last year, made them a playoff team and if all you saw was them in the playoffs.
And you think, Well, it was all Derrick Henry.
You missed one of the great quarterback seasons we've seen in recent memory.
That's how good.
And again, they know him well as a competitor, the issue I have with it, the one.
The one drawback is he's looking for probably a lot of money as a starter.
Coming off a big year, Patriots probably aren't gonna want to go top of the market quarterback spend, and so that might.
That might hurt their chances there.
But if the market gets to a point where he can't get that top and money, the Patriots, they're having ability to kind of talk guys into company.
They're saying, Hey, Super Bowls are nice to you.
Start talking about top and money for quarterbacks and top and money at any position.
Ryan Tannehill has had success.
He's had top and money.
I'm sure at this point is clear.
Can I get really good money and be on a winning team because you like it a lot better being associated with the teen dream.
He's playing in the NFC championship, but the Tennessee Titans versus playing with the Miami Dolphins.
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Only on who Lou effects on Lulu does Brady give the Niners a better chance to win next season than Jimmy Grapple and just next season, Yes, yes, absolutely.
I was certainly not pick Tom Brady.
Oh, Jimmy Garoppolo for the long haul.
But for just next season, Yes, I think Tom Brady is a better option.
I have been on the record stating religiously that I think that Tom Brady got a bad rap last year.
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