Tom Brady isn't ready to discuss his future.
The 45-year-old quarterback was asked on Monday's episode of the SiriusXM's "Let's Go!" podcast by Jim Gray, a long-time friend, whether he had any type of timetable for making a decision.
"Jim, if I knew what I was going to (expletive) do, I would've already (expletive) done it. I'm taking it a day at a time," Brady responded.
"I sense you're antagonized by the question," Gray responded.
"You're scratchy. You're scratchy," Brady retorted. "I appreciate you asking. Thank you."
Brady's a famous potty mouth, so the R-rated nature of his response should not be too surprising.
TB12 finished the final year of his contract in Tampa Bay, and Bucs players ended the season with the assumption he's gone. While retirement is always on the table, given his age, the sense is that it would be a surprise if Brady walked away from the game at this point. There's been little indication from the seven-time champ that he's ready to hang them up after last offseason's 40-day retirement.
There are plenty of clubs with QB needs, from the Raiders to the Jets to the Panthers, and so on. After the franchise tags are handed out, Brady should be the top signal-caller hitting the market. It was a down year for the GOAT, but he can still sling it when protected.
For now, we'll just wait until Brady is ready to share his future plans.