Tom Brady

#12 QB / Tampa Bay Buccaneers / EXP: 21YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 225 lb Age: 42 College: Michigan Bye 13

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    Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Continues workouts despite risk

    Tom Brady continues to lead private workouts with teammates at a Tampa area high school despite recent positive coronavirus tests for other Tampa Bay 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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    Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Should have input into offense

    Tom Brady is expected to have a substantial degree of input into coach Bruce Arians' offense on game days this coming season, Luke Easterling of SI.com reports.While this may have been the default assumption of many given Brady's pedigree, there's some question as to how much an offensive system that's typically reliant on longer-developing downfield routes would have to be adapted to fit the future Hall of Famer's skill set and preferences. Brady has enjoyed great success getting the ball out quickly over his career, and Easterling reports the 21-year veteran will have "plenty of control over the call sheet on game day" and will provide Arians with his favorite plays for every in-game scenario. However, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' head man is naturally still expected to weave his trademark aggressiveness into the playcalls, and to that end, Michael Silver of NFL Network recently relayed that Brady has been intensely studying Arians' existing offensive concepts since joining the team. Additionally, Rick Stroud and Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times report Brady and a large contingent of the team's skill-position players have begun working out together at Berkeley Preparatory School now that Florida has considerably loosened COVID-19-related restrictions.

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    Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Getting Gronk in Tampa

    Tom Brady will have former Patriots teammate Rob Gronkowski as his No. 1 tight end in Tampa Bay during the 2020 season following the trade acquisition of the latter Tuesday, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports.The arrival of Gronkowski after his one-year sabbatical first and foremost gives Brady a highly familiar target to work with as he acclimates to the only other team he's suited up for besides the Patriots during his stellar 20-year NFL career. Auman separately notes Brady's 78 career regular-season touchdown passes to Gronkowski are twice as many scoring connections as he's had with any other player, and the down-the-seam threat the 30-year-old tight end represents if healthy will make an already highly potent pass-catching corps even more explosive. With the likes of Mike Evans and Chris Godwin also on hand as his top two wideouts, Brady projects to arguably have the benefit of exponentially better talent around him in 2020 than that which was afforded him during his final campaign in New England.

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    Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Deal includes $50 million guaranteed

    Tom Brady's two-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers includes $50 million guaranteed along with another $9 million in incentives, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.Schefter also notes that the agreement includes a clause that prevents the team from franchise tagging the QB after two years, which suggests that Brady -- who turns 43 in August -- "has ideas of playing beyond this contract." In the meantime, he'll look forward to working with a talented group of pass-catchers in Tampa Bay that currently includes wide receivers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, as well as tight ends O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate.

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    Buccaneers' Tom Brady: Two-year deal official

    Tom Brady has officially come to terms with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a two-year contract, ESPN.com reports.Brady, who turns 43 in August, is coming off a 2019 season in which he threw for 4,057 yards and logged a 27:8 TD:INT in 16 games for the Patriots, which drafted him in 2000. His fantasy prospects this coming campaign should be bolstered by the fact that his supporting cast now includes talented wideouts Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, along with a tight end corps featuring O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate .

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Finalizes deal with Tampa

    Tom Brady finalized a contract Wednesday with the Buccaneers that pays him up to $30 million on an annual basis, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.The exact terms of Brady's deal aren't fully known, but he's presumably joining the club on a two-year pact. The deal should become official at some point after 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday, when free agents are first eligible to take physicals and sign contracts with teams. Though Brady saw his passing efficiency dip considerably in his final year with New England (60.8 completion percentage, 6.6 yards per attempt), the 42-year-old should at least benefit from a major upgrade in skill-position talent as he heads to Tampa Bay.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: On way to Tampa Bay

    Tom Brady is expected to sign with the Buccaneers as an unrestricted free agent, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.While the sides can't put pen to paper until 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday at the earliest, Brady's landing spot after 20 years with the New England Patriots is starting to come into focus. Once the move is official, he'll experience quite an upgrade in skill-position talent from what he had at his disposal in 2019: Mike Evans (hamstring) and Chris Godwin (hamstring) at wide receiver, and O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate at tight end.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Departure from franchise confirmed

    The New England Patriots released statements Tuesday from CEO Robert Kraft and coach Bill Belichick confirming that Tom Brady is leaving the team, while also thanking the QB for his outstanding 20-year tenure with the franchise.Per ESPN.com, the QB indicated earlier in the day via social media that he intended to move on from the franchise that selected him 199th overall in the 2000 NFL Draft. The 42-year-old is thus poised to sign with another team after free agency opens. The Patriots currently have QBs Jarrett Stidham and Cody Kessler under contract, but with Brady's departure looming, it seems likely that the team will add a veteran signal-caller either via trade or free agency.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Leaving New England

    Tom Brady wrote an Instagram post suggesting he won't re-sign with the New England Patriots.The first post says, "my football journey will take place elsewhere" and the second says, "I don't know what my football future holds but it is time for me to open a new stage for my life and career." It's a clear indicator Brady won't be back with the Patriots in 2020, instead turning his focus toward finding a new team. Recent reports have connected him with the Buccaneers and Chargers.

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    Patriots' Tom Brady: Chargers and Bucs in mix?

    Now that Tom Brady's agent can hear from other teams, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network relays that the Chargers and Buccaneers are expected to inquire about potentially signing the veteran QB.Rapoport adds that "of course New England wants him back," but in any case, Brady -- who the New England Patriots drafted back in 2000 -- is free to explore other options as NFL free agency looms. The 42-year-old is coming off a 2019 season in which he threw for 4,057 yards and logged a 27:8 TD:INT in 16 games.