Tom Brady still wants to play this year, and beyond

When Patriots quarterback Tom Brady wasn’t taking passive-aggressive shots at his employer, or questioning the decision-making in the Authentic Cheap Jerseys From China Super Bowl, he actually dropped in something like a straight answer.

During his chat with Jim Gray at the Milken Institute Global Conference in California, Brady came right out and said he intended to play in 2018 and beyond, after weeks of will-he-or-won’t-he half-reports and rumors.

“Part of this offseason for me is certainly about still preparing for what’s ahead in my next journey, my next mountain to climb with this group of teammates, but it’s also [acknowledging] that a lot of people are getting the short end of the stick in my life — certainly my wife and my kids,” Brady said. “Football is year-round for me. It’s a lot of thought, a lot of energy and emotion put into it, but I need to invest in them, too. My kids are 10, 8 and 5. They’re not getting younger, so I need to take time so I can be available to them, too. . . .

The Cowboys still have interest in a trade for Thomas, David Moore of the Dallas Morning News reports. That makes sense considering the only veteran Blue Jays Cheap Jerseys free safety on the Cowboys’ roster is Xavier Woods, who started three games at nickel corner and one at strong safety as a rookie.

Dallas moved last season’s starting free safety, Byron Jones, to cornerback.

The Cowboys wanted to draft a free safety but used none of their 10 picks on one. They signed three undrafted college free agent safeties instead. The Cowboys don’t seem interested in Eric Reid or Kenny Vaccaro.

“Can we find a guy that can really compete with Xavier?” Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said after the draft. “At the end of the day, that was the goal in the draft, and it didn’t work out that way. We’ll continue to look at options as we move forward and continue to see what happens in our roster.

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