Quarterback Tom Brady kept his fans guessing anew on a possible comeback during his latest interview at the 2022 Seminole Pro-Member in Juno Beach, Florida. Per Darren Hartwell of NBC Sports, the 44-year-old Brady was asked by PGA Tour Radio’s Taylor Zarzour if his only current job is his SiriusXM’s “Let’s Go” podcast with Jim Gray. "To be determined. I got a lot going on, but today it’s golf,” Brady replied. The seven-time Super Bowl champion could have easily said that he’s retired and enjoying life, but he opted to keep the NFL world guessing on his next move.

He earlier kept the likelihood of returning to the NFL when he said that he would never say never to a possible comeback.

Brady is currently running his own clothing brand and his fitness company TB12, but he’s also scheduled to work on a film about his Super Bowl LI title run where he led the New England Patriots from a 28-3 deficit en route to a 34-28 comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons. It was also reported that the Miami Dolphins were interested in making Brady their quarterback and minority owner for the 2022 season. However, Brady is remained under contract with the Buccaneers after signing a one-year extension last offseason. Gray earlier said he believes that Brady won't stay retired for long.

Arians won’t trade Brady

Earlier, Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht said they will keep the light on for Brady in case he decides to return to the team. Head coach Bruce Arians echoed Licht’s statement, saying the door is always welcome for Brady. However, Arians said the team won’t entertain the possibility of trading Brady to another team, per Tyler Sullivan of CBS Sports.

“Nope. Bad business,” Arians replied when asked if they would agree to trade Brady to another squad. When asked what it would take the Buccaneers to give up Brady to another team, Arians replied “five No. 1 picks.” It was reported that the San Francisco 49ers could be a probable next stop for Brady in case he returns to the NFL.

However, an NFL insider said the Buccaneers are expecting Brady to remain with the team in case he decides to continue his playing career.

Brady played 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, winning six Super Bowl titles. After his Patriots’ stint, Brady signed a two-year deal worth $50 million with the Buccaneers. In his first year, he led the Buccaneers to their first Super Bowl title since 2002 with a 31-9 triumph over the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV. The Buccaneers failed to defend the Lombardi Trophy after losing to the eventual Super Bowl LVI champion Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Divisional Round. Days after the loss, Brady announced his retirement from the NFL despite being on top of his game. Last season, Brady led the league in touchdown passes, passing yards and completions and was a finalist for the Most Valuable Player award.