Published: Wed, March 25, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Tom Brady Explains Why He Chose The Buccaneers

Tom Brady Explains Why He Chose The Buccaneers

As much as the Patriots have been Brady and Belichick, these are the kind of players they've sought out to fill their roster for the last twenty years and it's been largely effective in building surprising units that play smart and tough football.

Brady then quickly changed the subject, explaining how he's training hard in anticipation of a new challenge in Tampa Bay. "And we spoke and we had a great conversation". And those were some of our best weeks as a defense, mainly because Stiddy ate us up in practice leading up to the game, and I think put more pressure on us.

"All three of those guys have been involved in so many important decisions in my life - career-related, personal-related".

"I thought I had to leave New England to find what I was looking for". So I got what I wanted: I get to play with my brother again.

The possibility of a trade also remains, and, who knows, maybe the team has big plans for a draft class that is pretty deep in quarterback talent. "I have nothing but total respect and love".

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"It's been a lot of days responding to a lot of incredible text messages from my teammates, from former teammates, from just a lot of great people I've got to meet over the years". "I've had more fun playing alongside him these last two years than I have in my entire career". I think the greatest gift that football has brought me is the relationships I've had with so numerous people I've worked with. But at the same time, that's the way life can be at times. "What won't be different is my approach to the game, my approach to what my role and responsibilities are".

Brady wasn't the only player who left New England this offseason. "He's played on multiple teams". "I don't think the quarterback position's going to be any different". That's where I'm at.

"I'm just glad he's doing it in the NFC". "But at the same time, you can't help but be excited for them".

Brady will be 43 at the start of the season so there is no telling how good he is going to be. And there, he'll have most every chance to be the next quarterback to start for the Patriots. "I certainly wish them the best", he said.

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