- By Josh Clark
Jordan Poyer has marveled at Tom Brady’s historic career.
But apparently he’s seen enough of it.
During his podcast this week, the Pro Bowl safety said Brady’s performance in 2022 showed its time to hang up his cleats.
“I didn’t like watching that game,” Poyer said of the Buccaneers‘ playoff loss. “It was hard to watch. You could see (Brady) was defeated “
The soon-to-be Buffalo Bills free agent added that Brady has reached every milestone in the league and “knows everything” about moving offenses down the field, but Brady can’t make it happen on his own anymore.
“It takes 11 to play the game … Go be with your kids, man.”
Both Brady and Poyer are both at a 2023 crossroads
Brady hasnt announced his future intentions .
Poyer is expected to test the free agency waters this spring after brcoming an All-Pro in a a Buffalo.
The former Cleveland Brown had an injury-plagued season but has dominated wjen healthy.
Brady has not reacted to Poyer’s comments.