Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tom Brady officially signs with Tampa

After a long few days, Tom Brady has finally signed his deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to be their new starting quarterback.

The impossible has been pulled off and Tom Brady is now officially a Tampa Bay Buccaneer.

This comes as a shock to everyone who follows the NFL as Brady is leaving behind the New England Patriots after 20 years on one of the most dominant teams in NFL history.

The last several days have been very nerve-racking as it seemed as though this deal could fall through for almost any reason, as that is what the Buccaneers are used to, but fortunately, this was not the case.

Tom Brady confirmed the news and the Buccaneers posted on Twitter than the signing is finally official.

Brady will now be a Buccaneer for the next two seasons which provides the Buccaneers with a unique opportunity to compete in the league for the first time in a nearly decade.

Tom Brady will have some of the most talented weapons that he has played alongside in years in Tampa Bay and should see a dominant season with those added pieces.

While this news is great for Brady, this does likely mean that the Jameis Winston story is over in Tampa Bay for now.

Winston was able to lead the league in yards, came second in touchdowns, but also finished first in interceptions. In the end, the interceptions were too great to offset the other impressive stats.

Brady may not put up the same monstrous numbers as Winston, but with the current offensive targets, it could be hard to rule out Brady having one of the best years of his career despite his age.

Tom Brady and the Buccaneers both have something to prove in 2020. This move will likely help the Bucs turn the corner on a series of disappointing years by adding the best quarterback in the history of the NFL and will allow Brady the opportunity to shine without Bill Belichick.

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While the aspirations for the Super Bowl may be high, Tom Brady does make the outlook for the 2020 season very bright for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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