According to multiple reports today, Tom Brady is upset with the Patriots recent struggles. A matter of fact Chris Mortensen is reporting that Brady is uncomfortable with the decisions of the front office. This is from Pro Football Talk:
Quarterback Tom Brady has been in the middle of that discussion as people wonder whether he’s close to the end of his long run as the main man in New England. According to a report from Chris Mortensen of ESPN, Brady isn’t thrilled with the direction the team has taken recently.
Per Mortensen, Brady is “uncomfortable” with some of the changes to personnel and the coaching staff and that he has seen his level of input into the offense — things like game planning, pre-snap adjustments and personnel packages — drop of late. There’s no question that the Patriots have failed to find receivers talented enough to help Brady over the last couple of years and their offensive line, which saw guard Logan Mankins depart in a trade just before the start of the season, has been a mess this year, the first without the now-retired Dante Scarnecchia coaching the group. The shortcomings in those two groups come after the Pats used a second-round pick to take a backup quarterback a few years after doing the same with a third-round selection.
Brady might be on his way out soon. I would not be surprised to see the veteran leave on bad terms and their head coach quit if the team keeps going the way they have started.