Tom Brady Says ‘Hell No’ to Coaching After Retirement

Well, that settles that.

Lucy Burdge
August 16, 2019 - 5:40 am

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Baltimore at Cleveland, 7:10 PM (NESN)

AROUND THE WEB:

-- Tom Brady has made it very clear that he has no interest in coaching after his NFL career ends. 

Brady was asked by reporters after Thursday's joint practices with the Titans in Nashville if he would ever think about becoming a coach after playing. 

"Oh hell no, I'm never coaching,” Brady said. “Playing is enough for me.” 

Brady’s former teammate Mike Vrabel is now the coach of the Titans and the two reunited this week during the joint practices. 

-- Rob Gronkowski is set to appear on LeBron James’ HBO show “The Shop” on Sept. 3, it was announced on Thursday. 

He will join Kevin Hart, Maverick Carter, Kevin Love, CJ McCollum, Charlamagne tha God and Lil Nas X for a conversation in a barber-shop setting. 

The episode was taped this week and teased on Twitter. 

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Those guys are working hard. Training camp is an interesting time with a lot of bodies and there a lot of guys going in and out. Some years you might have three guys set or four guys set. I think this year we haven’t really had that. It’s good work for the quarterbacks just to make a read and make a throw. Whether we come up with it or not, at least we are going to the right place and making a good decisive play. There is still a lot to be gained with guys moving in and out. That’s just the way it’s been.” -- Tom Brady, on Jakobi Meyers, Dontrelle Inman, Braxton Berrios and Gunner Olszewski