Tom Brady's AFC suitor is a surprise.

Mike McDaniel appeared like the right coach for Tua Tagovailoa, but that doesn't mean the Miami Dolphins wouldn't chase the greatest quarterback in NFL history.

Tom Brady was connected to the Dolphins last offseason after retiring. Owner Stephen Ross was reportedly seeking to get Brady and former New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton to Miami.

 After Brian Flores sued the Dolphins and NFL for discrimination, the plan fell apart.



The NFL found the Dolphins had improper Brady-Payton interactions. Offseason tampering fines plagued Miami.

Brady's Buccaneers contract expires at season's conclusion. On Thursday, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reported that the Dolphins are still interested in the 45-year-old quarterback,



Who has not announced his retirement. One insider informed Florio that Brady going to Miami is “definitely on the table.”

The initial Florio article stated that the Dolphins had been trying to get Brady to become a player and part-owner. Brady is pals with Dolphins limited partner Bruce Beal

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