Photo evidence that Tom Brady was meant to be a Buccaneer

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)
Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images) /

The pictures have finally surfaced of Tom Brady in his new Buccaneers threads, and it already looks like a match made in Heaven.

Even after pictures, news reports, and every other piece of evidence in existence, it still doesn’t feel real that Tom Brady is now a Tampa Bay Buccaneer. The greatest quarterback of all time and lifelong New England Patriot has come to a new team, and pictures have finally surfaced, showing the first look at the new QB1 in Tampa.

Athletic or team fit aside, a difficult problem that professional athletes run into when they switch teams after a long time is looking out of place. This can just be the jersey, but it can also show on/off the field.

Fortunately for all parties involved, Brady looks very comfortable in his new uniform, as seen below on the Buccaneer Twitter account.

The red and pewter may seem foreign, but they fit Brady like a glove. It would have been very easy for the new colors to make Brady look out of place, but it’s hard not to look good in these new uniforms.

Outside of just the uniform, Tom Brady also looks like a clear fit with his new teammates. Despite any wrenches that have been thrown into the offseason by COVID-19, Brady has hit the ground running with his new teammates in private workouts.

While these images only paint a small picture of what the Bucs will be working with in 2020, it is clear that Tom Brady already has the respect of his teammates. Having players that barely know him willing to get to work during such a trying time is indicative of the immediate impact that he has as a leader.

This move will certainly still take some time to get used to, but Tom Brady looks like he is going to fit in perfectly wearing pewter and red in Tampa Bay.

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