Deion Sanders: Tom Brady’s Super Bowl Win Record Unattainable, and His 2025 NFL Draft Picks Might Refuse to Play for Certain Teams

Deion Sanders suggests that top Colorado players could reject certain NFL teams

Tom Brady’s Super Bowl wins record is unattainable, according to Deion Sanders, the head coach of the Colorado football team and a former NFL player. In a recent interview on the “Million Dollaz Worth of Game” podcast, Sanders discussed why he believes Brady’s record will stand the test of time.

Sanders also made headlines with his prediction for the 2025 NFL draft. He stated that his top players, including his quarterback son Shedeur Sanders and two-way star Travis Hunter, might refuse to play for certain NFL teams. This strategy is reminiscent of quarterback Eli Manning’s refusal to play for the San Diego Chargers in the 2004 draft.

While Sanders did not reveal specific teams he wants his players to avoid, he expressed a preference for cities like Atlanta and Dallas. Having played in both cities during his own NFL career, Sanders has a personal connection to them and believes they would be good fits for his players.

Sanders is looking out for the best interests of his players, particularly Shedeur, who he doesn’t want to see playing in a cold climate. Shedeur, recovering from a back injury, is expected to be a top pick in the 2025 draft. Similarly, Hunter is likely to declare for the draft after the 2024 season, foregoing his remaining college eligibility.

As the Colorado Buffaloes prepare for the upcoming season, Sanders remains focused on shaping the future of his players and ensuring their success both on and off the field. Stay updated with reporter Brent Schrotenboer for more developments in the world of football.

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