A former Buffalo Bills quarterback who now works for ESPN, Tom Brady, is set to talk about playing with the Oakland Raiders during an interview set to air on Tuesday.
In an interview with “Inside Madden,” Brady discussed his career with the Bills from 1997 to 2002, saying the team was “the only place I felt comfortable.”
Brady said the Raiders are “a team that’s got a lot of young talent and a lot that’s growing, and I think that’s going to help us.
I think it’s going the right way for us, and the right direction for the franchise.”
The former Bills quarterback was the first quarterback to start every game in the franchise’s history and also led the Bills to the playoffs in each of the next two seasons.
“We have a very good young quarterback,” Brady said.
“A guy like [Eddie] Jones, I think he’s going up and down.
He’s a young guy.
We have a guy like this in Alex [Jones] that’s a guy that’s been a part of our organization for a long time.
And he’s the guy that we drafted.
And I think, yeah, he’s a very young guy.”
Brady also talked about the challenge of being a franchise quarterback in today’s NFL.
“It’s not easy to get out there, because the game is changing.
And if you’re not comfortable, you’re out of luck,” he said.
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