Tom Brady has been enjoying himself since joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and that’s included walking into the wrong house and apparently trespassing in a park.
The new Bucs quarterback has been in close contact with various members of the Tampa Bay staff, and NFL teams reportedly are not happy about it.
NFL teams are miffed about Tom Brady’s interactions with staff members in Tampa despite restrictions. They are anticipating some stern discipline from the NFL office. Many have conveyed their dismay to league officials
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) April 24, 2020
This makes sense. Why should Brady be able to blatantly disregard social distancing protocols and get an advantage by meeting with members of the Buccaneers staff?
If he and/or the Bucs organization receives any punishment for this, it likely won’t be anything major.
It’s not surprising that Brady is trying to get an upper hand with his new team. After 20 years with the New England Patriots, he’s going to have to put in some serious work to learn a new system.
At least he now has a familiar face in Rob Gronkowski, so maybe the Tampa Bay offense will adapt more to Brady than Brady will have to adapt to Tampa Bay.
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