Brady continues to lead private workouts with teammates at a Tampa area high school despite recent positive coronavirus tests for other Buccaneers, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

The future Hall of Famer began organizing the early morning sessions several weeks ago at Berkeley Preparatory School. The practices persisted Tuesday despite the rise in COVID-19 cases in Florida and the news that at least two Buccaneers players have tested positive for coronavirus, and despite a strongly worded recommendation from the NFLPA against players congregating for workouts until training camp. Brady led a group of approximately 12 players, including Rob Gronkowski, in Tuesday's session, which ran for two hours and included the customary array of pass routes. Stroud also notes what initially began as a smaller gathering of offensive skill position players has now grown to include cornerback Jamel Dean, as well as safeties Sean Murphy-Bunting and Mike Edwards.

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