NFL Rumors: Tom Brady Could Lead The Dallas Cowboys To A Super Bowl, Terrell Owens Says

Terrell Owens has an idea for Tom Brady for next season -- come to the Dallas Cowboys and lead them to a Super Bowl.

Brady's contract with the New England Patriots is set to void after this season and speculation has been rampant about what the future Hall of Fame quarterback may do for his final seasons in the league. Brady has already confirmed that he won't be retiring, posting a long message on Instagram saying he's hungry to return after the disappointing wild card round exit for the Patriots this year.

However, it's still not clear if Brady will be on the Patriots for the 2020 season. He has put off questions about his intentions for next year, saying his focus was on the current season and the team's attempt to reach what would have been a record-tying fourth consecutive Super Bowl.

Owens suggested that the Cowboys could be a good landing spot for Brady. Dallas will have to make a decision on quarterback Dak Prescott this offseason and Owens said in an interview with 95.7 The Game that they could let Prescott walk and roll the dice on Brady.

"They have a quarterback that's a free agent in Tom Brady. That's the next move," he said.

Owens added that it appears the Cowboys are ready to move on from Prescott.

"He hasn't extended Dak's contract. So, that leads me to believe he truly doesn't believe in Dak. If he had, then I think he would have already got a contract extension," the Hall of Fame wide receiver said.

It was not clear yet what kind of contract Brady could be seeking. He has taken a series of below-standard contracts with the Patriots, giving the team money to build a winning roster around him, though he may not extend the same courtesy to another team. Brady has also made it clear that he wants to win another Super Bowl, so he would likely only sign with a team that has the potential to be a title contender.

The Cowboys took a step back in 2019, falling to an 8-8 record and missing the playoffs, but the team still employed one of the top offenses in the league.

Dallas isn't the only team that may be considering to pick Brady up for next season. As The Inquisitr previously reported, the Cleveland Browns may be a good spot for Brady to land. The Browns are a team filled with offensive weapons that was unable to pull it together in 2019, despite expectations that they would return to the playoffs this season for the first time since 2007.