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“It Was Tom Brady”- Buccaneers Latest Signing Breaks Law To Train

“It Was Tom Brady”- Buccaneers Latest Signing Breaks Law To Train

Tom Brady is arguably the most decorated NFL player. He is a sure shot future Hall of Famer. Furthermore, he is a prime example of how the draft order is not a reflection of one’s worth. Brady was a 6th round pick by the New England Patriots in 2000 draft.

Yesterday on SportsCenter, former quarterback Peyton Manning said, “Everybody knows how hard he’s going to work.”

Just a day later the evidence is clear and out in the open. It shows that Brady is willing to break the law to have a good offseason. 

Tom Brady spotted working out at a park 

Mayor Jane Castor appeared on a news program where she said, “our parks are closed down. So a lot of our park staff. They patrol around. They saw one individual working out and one of our downtown parks. And when she went to tell him it was closed. It was Tom Brady. He has been sighted.” 

His determination even at the age of 42 is admirable. It may have turned fans who saw his $50 million worth 2-year contract as one last payday. Tom Brady is in Tampa and he wants to take ‘The Buccaneers’ to the playoffs. 

The fans at the Raymond James Stadium have been starved of success for thirteen years. This was the last time ‘The Buccaneers’ claimed a divisional Championship. They urged the city to let Brady get his workouts in. Meanwhile, others urged the 6× Superbowl winner to stay home and follow the advice he gave fans in the NFL PSA titled “Stay Home, Stay Strong.”

The City of Tampa seems to be fans of Brady’s efforts. However, safety is paramount at this time and they put out a Tweet in this regard. 

“Sorry Tom Brady! Our team can’t wait to welcome you and our entire community back with even bigger smiles– until then, stay safe and stay home as much as you can to help flatten the curve.” 

Flattening the curve is essential for life to resume in the United States. The NFL too has said that the season will go ahead pending developments in the ongoing pandemic. 

The Coronavirus has affected the NFL 2020 Draft. It will take place virtually.

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