PHOENIX -- How are you feeling, Buffalo Bills' fans?
That 17-year playoff drought still got you down?
Are you uninspired by the free-agency moves that were limited by a tight salary cap? Are you uneasy about the uncertainty over the future of the general manager? Are you wondering about how things are going to work out under a first-time head coach?
Well, here's something else to add to your list: Tom Brady, the Bills' arch nemesis, apparently isn't going anywhere for a very long time.
Speaking at the NFL's annual meeting at the Arizona Biltmore, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft told reporters that during a discussion with Brady a few days ago, he learned his quarterback plans to play six or seven more years.
Brady will turn 40 in August.
Meanwhile, the Bills still aren't sure if they have an answer at quarterback for one more year in Tyrod Taylor, signing him to a restructured contract that allows the team an easy out after the 2017 season.