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As the head coach of Colorado football and a former NFL player, Deion Sanders believes that Tom Brady’s Super Bowl wins record will never be broken. He shared his thoughts on this during a recent podcast, stating that he doesn’t see anyone surpassing Brady’s record in the future.

Sanders also hinted at some strategic moves he might make in the 2025 NFL draft, involving his son Shedeur Sanders, who is expected to be a top pick that year. He mentioned that his top players might refuse to play for certain NFL teams, similar to how Eli Manning refused to play for the San Diego Chargers in 2004.

While Sanders didn’t specify which teams he wouldn’t want to draft his players, he expressed a preference for cities like Atlanta and Dallas, where he has personal connections from his own NFL career. Sanders shared that he didn’t want Shedeur playing in cold weather cities, given his son’s Texas roots and college experience in Colorado.

Travis Hunter, another standout player from Colorado, is expected to declare for the draft after the 2024 season, alongside Shedeur Sanders. Sanders has been actively involved in shaping the future of his players, aiming to secure the best opportunities for their professional careers.

As the upcoming season approaches, Sanders and his team are gearing up for their annual spring game and the season opener later in the year. With his expertise and experience, Sanders is not only guiding his players on the field but also looking out for their best interests off the field.

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