Tom Brady hasn’t changed since joining the Buccaneers.
Tom Brady is still exactly who he has always been since joining the Buccaneers; the biggest thing that has changed has been his ability to voice his opinions. From increased profanity to a slightly sillier disposition during interviews, Tom is showing himself in a new light. However, he is still the exact same competitor that he has always been.
Brady takes football more seriously than anyone who has come before him. The avocado tequila may seem like a joke, but the GOAT goes to great extremes to make sure that he can outperform anyone he lines up across from, even at this stage in his career.
The starting QB for the Bucs will do everything in his power to stay on top of the mountain, and it isn’t hard to believe that he would trick some of his more gullible rivals in the NFL.
A recent quote from Brady Tweeted out by B/R Gridiron seems par for the course with recent player requests, but Troy Aikman is right on the money in his analysis.
No one should buy that Tom Brady wants to slow down with the Buccaneers
While Brady is apparently pushing for easier practices during the summer in his quote, no one should buy this for a single second. Don’t forget; this is the same player who was calling his coach immediately after the Super Bowl, ready to go to work.
This is the same player that caught plenty of flak during a global pandemic for practicing with his new teammates wherever he could.
Brady has never been the most athletic or the most physically dominant, but he has never been the player to take off reps or loaf during practice time.
Whether we or the rest of the NFL see it or not, Brady is working his tail off wherever he is. You don’t get to where he has been by taking it easy, especially during the offseason.
This quote by Brady was most likely an attempt to keep his lazier opponents on their couches when practice matters the most, just like Aikman said, and all signs point to the fact that contrary to what Brady said, he would be the pitcher throwing 95 day one of the offseason.
Greatness doesn’t take breaks.
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