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Is Tom Brady Attracting Players to Tampa Bay Buccaneers? NFL Goat Addresses Extremely Valid Claim With Interesting Response

Published 08/02/2022, 4:09 PM EDT

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady will play in his 23rd NFL season, which is probably going to be his last in the league. With so many achievements in his career, the legend is sure to go down as one of the greatest players to play the sport.

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Recently, the seven-time Super Bowl champion was speaking at the press conference for the Buccaneers during the training camps. An array of questions emerged, including the one that asked Brady if his presence makes the Buccaneers so special and if young players are easily attracted to play for the franchise this offseason. Well, the veteran had a very diplomatic answer.


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It is a dream for many youngsters to share the field alongside this veteran. After all, who would deny playing with an athlete having immense experience and a deep understanding of the sport?

“I’m actually an older player, and I’ve been very fortunate to know a lot of guys, so guys choose this team because of the team, not because of me,” Brady said at the press conference on Monday.

“We have been a great organization and great teammates, and I think people are excited to come to join. You know, a great group of people and a great group of men, and it’s never about one person.”

“This isn’t ever what the sport is about. this ultimate team sport. I love playing with players that are professional players that want to work hard. And players that put the team first.” he added to his speech. As a player, Brady has lived the sport to its fullest.

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He boasts of 7 Super Bowl rings greater than any other team. Fifteen Pro Bowl selections, five Super Bowl MVPs and three NFL MVPs, and many more. He is also the leader in terms of passing yards and touchdowns, making him a suitable candidate to become the face of the sport in the future.


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What does Tom Brady-led offensive unit look like?

Although the Buccaneers have revamped the franchise from inside out, the side is more confident to break the ice this season. While Tom Brady is still on the roster, he lost two valuable assets in the form of tight end Rob Gronkowski and former head coach Bruce Arians this offseason. However, this time the team is practicing under a new leader, Todd Bowles.


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When it comes to the wide receiver room, Mike Evans, Godwin, Jones and Gage are leading the list. Even if anybody gets injured, rookies are available as backup options. Tyler Johnson, Scott Miller, Breshad Perriman, and Cyril Grayson are still on the roster, providing appropriate support.
While Ali Marpet is retired and Alex Cappa is left for the Bengals, Shaq Mason will handle the right guard. Aaron Stinnie is among the favorites to grab Marpet’s spot on the left guard. It’s only a matter of a few days, the actual team will be decided once the training camps proceed further.


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Deepesh Nair

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Deepesh Nair is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. Having started his career in journalism as a trending news writer, he has published around 500 articles for various media portals. Although Deepesh comes from a Computer Science background, his fondness for writing has persuaded him to create his career in it.

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