Tom Brady shoots down wild rumors about his future in Tampa

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Reper-USA TODAY Sports
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Not that he needed to clarify anything, but Tom Brady is not leaving the Buccaneers.

Tom Brady has experienced a unique resurgence at this stage of his career with the Buccaneers. Not only is the GOAT playing some of the best football of his time in the NFL, but his overall personality is starting to win over a new segment of the football world.

Brady is actually funny. We all saw glimpses of this side of his personality during his time in New England, but is it really possible to let your humorous side shine through under Bill Belichick?
The Patriots were focused on winning above all else, which is acceptable in its own regard, but Tom Brady has been able to still focus on winning in Tampa, just not at the expense of his sense of humor.

In what is now becoming a theme, Brady lit the Twitter world on fire over the past few days when he and his wife appeared to mull over the possibility of a trade in an open thread. No one should’ve bought this for one second, but that didn’t stop people from discussing the crazy scenario.

Brady’s departure from New England did light the sports world on fire, so this topic does hit close to home given the GOAT’s presence in the media cycle over the past few years.

In the end, this back and forth on Twitter proved to be the setup for a commercial promoting FTX, a cryptocurrency firm.

The commercial itself even seemed to poke fun at just how much the world hangs on to Tweets such as the ones between Brady and Gisele Bundchen. We’ve all seen how the speculation runs wild with the single drop of a Tweet, and Brady is no different.

Fortunately, Buccaneers fans can rest assured that their starting quarterback isn’t going anywhere, and the rest of the NFL world will continue to be jealous, much like the commercial showed, for as long as Tom Brady keeps playing as he is.

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