After claiming that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady doesn’t want to play for head coach Bill Belichick anymore, Fox Sports 1 commentator Skip Bayless threw another serious accusation against the veteran head coach. In an interview with TMZ Sports, the host of “Undisputed” claimed that Belichick “sold out” Brady and sabotaged the organization because of his penchant for backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. Bayless said Belichick wanted to give the starting job to Garoppolo next year and Brady was made aware of it. Team owner Robert Kraft had to intervene and told Belichick that he wanted to roll with Brady, who expressed interest in playing until he’s 45 years old.

Kraft then ordered Belichick to trade Garoppolo, despite the head coach’s objection. Bayless said he felt Belichick sabotaged the organization by trading Garoppolo to the San Francisco 49ers for just a 2017 second-round pick. Bayless believes that Brady will not retire amid talks that he’s not committed to playing in 2018.

Bayless said Brady good for three more years

The commentator said Brady is coming off a season where he won the MVP regular-season trophy and made record in Super Bowl LII so he wouldn’t just hang up his cleats right now. Based on what he saw from Brady’s performance last season, Bayless said Brady has at least three more years left in him. Earlier, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that Brady is not yet committed to playing in 2018, putting his future in doubt.

In an earlier report, ESPN claimed that Belichick sabotaged the Patriots by trading all of their backup quarterbacks. Before the start of the regular season, Belichick traded third-string signal-caller Jacoby Brissett to the Indianapolis Colts for a wide receiver. Brissett emerged as a starter after Andrew Luck was sidelined by a shoulder injury.

Garoppolo won all of his five starts last season, enough to convince the 49ers to sign him to a five-year deal worth $137.5 million.

Bayless talks about Manziel

During the TMZ Sports interview, Bayless also talked about the possibility of Manziel joining the Patriots as backup to Brady. According to Bayless, Manziel is in the best form of his life, but he will be shocked if the Patriots sign him to a deal.

Manziel has been out of the NFL since he was cut by the Cleveland Browns in 2016 due to off-field troubles. In his Spring League debut, Manziel completed 9-of-15 passes for 83 yards and a score and followed it up with a 188-passing yard performance on top of two rushing touchdowns. Before he saw action in the Spring League, Manziel threw to San Diego receivers during its Pro Day, where the Patriots took a closer look at the former 22nd overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.