Amid the news that Tom Brady is leaving the New England Patriots, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Los Angeles Chargers are considered to be the top contenders to sign the quarterback. Brady has not yet made a decision about his next team, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, and several teams could make a play for the six-time Super Bowl champion.

Tampa Bay and Los Angeles are both given better than 2/1 odds to sign Brady in free agency. The San Francisco 49ers are next with +600 odds.

The Indianapolis Colts (+900) remain a possibility for the signal caller. The Chicago Bears (+1600) are a long-shot candidate to land Brady. The Dallas Cowboys (+2000) might not be a very realistic option for Brady, but they are given better odds than most other teams.

San Francisco might be Brady’s top choice. The quarterback grew up in the Bay Area, and the 49ers are the defending NFC champions. The expectation is that San Francisco will move forward with Jimmy Garoppolo as its starting quarterback.

Indianapolis is likely very interested in Brady. The team has been linked to multiple quarterbacks that could potentially replace Jacoby Brissett as the Colts’ starter. Indianapolis is thought to be the top landing spot for Philip Rivers.

A union between Brady and Chicago makes sense on paper. The Bears have a championship-caliber defense, but Mitchell Trubisky hasn’t proven that he can lead the team to the Super Bowl. Chicago is more likely to acquire a lesser veteran quarterback—possibly Nick Foles—that could push Trubisky for the starting job.

There have been no reports that Dallas is thinking about pursuing Brady. It could be a scenario that gets discussed among the media and fans until either Brady finds a home or Dak Prescott signs a long-term contract. The Cowboys have used the franchise tag on Prescott.

The Miami Dolphins have +2000 odds to sign Brady. They are expected to draft a quarterback in the first round and potentially bring back Ryan Fitzpatrick.

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Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots passes against the Philadelphia Eagles during Super Bowl Lll at U.S. Bank Stadium on February 4, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images