Three-time Super Bowl won Julian Edelman encountered some public outcry for his April Fool’s Day stupid remark proposing that he was contemplating retirement to affix the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have had very an entertaining midseason, to say the least. From Todd Bowles substituting Bruce Arians as new coach to Tom Brady unretiring, Tampa Bay has tried to snatch news items consistently in the NFL.
However, the NFC South Division brand may have had some more of that jaw-dropping reports coming their route, maybe what Julian Edelman uploaded used to be genuine. The 35-year-old past WR decided to take to Twitter to reveal that he was returning to the NFL to affix the Bucs … on April Fool’s Day.
Edelman’s comparison comes only a few days when he had been observed coaching with Bucs QB Tom Brady. But that said, it’s reasonable to say that the defunct Patriots star’s throwaway gag failed to fly bottom well and with a number of NFL fan friends.
Edelman, who managed to spend 12 episodes in the NFL with the New England Patriots, recently won Super Bowl championships with the franchisors. He shaped a robust relationship with wide receiver Tom Brady. While Edelman called it quits in 2020, Brady sustained his NFL trip, cursorily retiring for the next few months before declaring his got back a year. While NFL audiences seemed to have previously assumed that Edelman would join up with Brady at Tampa Bay, it transformed out that if the 2019 Super Bowl MVP seemed to be easily pulling a pr stunt on his believers on April Fool’s Day. Nonetheless, Edelman managed to give Patriots aficionados a dinky cardiac arrest with his Twitter comment.