NFL: Tom Brady puts Buccaneers continuity on hold | Video

NFL: Tom Brady puts Buccaneers continuity on hold |  Video

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is on hold Monday when he returns for the 2023 NFL season with his team.

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after a slump in Tampa Bay 14-31 against the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC wildcard round, brade stated at a press conference:

This moment feels like the end of the season because today I just want to go home and get a good night’s sleep; I want to thank everyone for this year. I will look at this day by day.

He was regarded as the best player in history, one of his worst qualifier appearances in his 23-year career; had 351 yards and two touchdowns; He was intercepted and fired twice.

Brady, 45, kept the parting tone in his words to Tampa Bay’s fans and organization.

I really appreciate your efforts, I know it was hard for everyone, even us players. We’ve all worked hard to get here; To all the viewers, to the fans, I am so thankful for everyone’s support.

For his part, the Buccaneers’ coach said at the press conference: Bowles da Morte said he will speak with Brady in the coming weeks to know his plans

“I’m going to sit down with Tom to talk, but there’s nothing to say publicly at the moment,” the coach said.

Brady ends his contract with Tampa Bay in March, making it the second time in his freelancing career that he can renegotiate whether to stay with the Bucs, sign with another team or announce his retirement.

The veteran joined the Bucs for the 2020 season after winning six Super Bowls with the New England Patriots. With Tampa Bay, he won the Vince Lombardi Trophy in the NFL title game in his LV number.

Brady retired from the league in February 2022. 40 days later, he regretted this decision to participate in the campaign that ended on Monday.

(With information from EFE)

Source: La Neta Neta