It’s starting to feel like football season again as players begin to arrive at various training camp openings. Perhaps the most anticipated arrival of any team is new Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady who wasted no time in showing up to the Bucs facility in Tampa on Thursday morning.
— Kyle Burger (@kyle_burger) July 23, 2020
Of course, unlike offseasons in the past, Brady, like his other teammates, will undergo COVID-19 testing upon entering the facility. Other changes to the day-to-day operations will further remind players of the unique situation everyone is in around the globe.
Breaking News: Tom Brady reports to #Bucs Training Camp. Brady undergoes Covid-19 test along with other QBs and rookies. This starts the clock on their return to the building. Players have to clear two tests before being allowed in the building-Sunday. @TomBrady @FOX13News pic.twitter.com/VeSenXmxI5
— Kevin ODonnell Fox13 (@ODonnellFox13) July 23, 2020
Entering his first year as the Bucs quarterback after 20 years with the Patriots naturally will bring plenty of publicity. The fact that the Buccaneers have a team capable of winning a Super Bowl under Brady, his would-be 7th title, makes the intrigued all that more intense across the league.
Bucs rookies, including the newly signed Tristan Wirfs, are also expected to report the Bucs facility for testing on Thursday.
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