Just when you thought that the NFL off season couldn’t get any more wild, we get the week that was.
Brady is back, Wentz is whimping in Washington, and Baker Mayfield is whining again.
Let’s take a look at some of the top NFL things that happened in Spree Agency this week.
Brady is Back
Hold my beer Aaron, the real GOAT is back in action.
After watching the Packers commit crazy money to Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady looked at it all and said ‘now they’re broke, I think I’m ready to return.’
Tommy must really hate his family, after all, why would he retire, then spend with his clan, only to return a few weeks late like ‘screw this crap.’
Luckily, the UK played a role in TB12’s return, as it was a trip to Old Trafford with the Glazers that solidified Tom’s return to Tampa.
Nothing like Cristiano Ronaldo looking at you and saying ‘are you really done old man?’ to get those juices flowing again.
Randy Gregory was a beast on the Cowboys, adding to the ferocity that was a D that kept them in games.
Despite ‘Dem Boyz touting the return of Gregory to the fold, he quickly doused that rumour and signed with the Broncos this week.
Jerry Jones is said to be livid that he isn’t able to hold on to all the toys that he can no longer afford.
At the end of the day it was the tone of the contract, rather than the digits that swayed Gregory to switch over to the Broncos.
That Denver team keeps getting better.
The Baltimore Ravens added to their inept D by grabbing a steal from the Saints in safety Marcus Williams.
This shut down man finally gets paid, after being previously franchise tagged in New Orleans.
Williams will be happy to get 5 years of $70 million smackers, but he also gets to be the top dawg in a D that showed signs of promise last season.
It’s panty dropping time for some of the teams, as they show off their goods in hopes of securing the talents of QB Deshaun Watson.
The Browns, Saints and Falcons are all emerging as top landing spots for Watson, despite the fact that the NFL might still decide that he has penance coming his way.
The 26 year old still has 22 outstanding civil lawsuits pending, which are almost 1 for every year of his young life.
Whoever lands Watson will see their Super Bowl odds jump dramatically.
No sooner did TB12 announce his return to the league, then the Bucs made a run for a division rival WR.
Speedster Russell Gage will provide a nice compliment to Chris Godwin, as the Bucs add key talent to their roster to make another run at the title this year.
Packers fans must be confused, how can a team get a top QB..AND new players.
What? Do they have money or something?
Packing the Wallet
Speaking of the Packers, there are already money problems coming from the land o’cheese, as Devante Adams is becoming Deviante Adams in his responses to the front office.
Adams is not only not happy with the tag, but also the paltry money being offered for his services this season.
While he did commit to being with his boy Aaron, how much is he expected to suck up to make sure that Rodgers is happy?
The Jacksonville Jaguars have been a running joke for the past decade, but will their off season moves finally mean some wins in the season?
The Jags are all-in behind Trevor Lawrence, and have spent some flashy cash in the past week adding some talent to support him.
Jacksonville splashed almost $200m on 6 free agents, apparently forgetting that you can attempt to negotiate with players for better deals.
Will it add up to wins? It hasn’t thus far.
The London matches should be announced very shortly.
We will keep you all in the loop with the NFL in London news, as well as some of our plans for the 2022 London games.