Tom Brady says ‘hell no’ when asked if he’ll ever coach

Tom Brady says ‘hell no’ when asked if he’ll ever coach

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, 42, shut down any talk of him becoming a coach on Thursday. The six-time Super Bowl champion said ‘hell no’ when asked if he has any desire to lead a team. Brady has previously said he hopes to continue playing until he’s 45. The question from reporters came in the wake of the Patriots practicing this week against the Tennessee Titans. Mike Vrabel, the Titans’ 44-year-old head coach, is a former Brady teammate who was part of three Super Bowl championship teams as a linebacker for the Patriots. Brady and Vrabel were seen exchanging barbs at the joint practice. ‘He’s been a good friend for a long time,’ Brady said after joking that the exchange was anything but ‘civil.’ Many of Brady’s former teammates are now assistant coaches. For instance, Otis Smith, who led the 2001 Patriots in interceptions, works with the Kansas City Chiefs, while others like retired linebacker Roman Phifer and retired safety Tebucky Jones have coached at colleges and high schools, respectively. Brady is heading into his 20th season, all with New England, fresh off capturing his sixth Super Bowl title. Last week, he agreed to a two-year, $70 million contract extension that would allow him to become a free agent after the 2019 season.

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