Last week, Tampa Bay Bucs QB Tom Brady was not a practice for an extended amount of time for undisclosed personal reasons. Today, it is being reported by Ian Rapoport that Brady will not be at practice again for personal reasons. Bucs Head Coach Todd Bowles is expected to address this after their practice today. Rapoport also reported that Brady is fine and the team is on board with his reasons for missing practice.
Brady being absent from practice is unusual, but not alarming, even with the addition of the days missed last week. Bucs fans look forward to a promising ’22-’23 NFL season with Brady after he initially announced his retirement from the NFL. He would later decide he would actually like to continue playing and is with the Bucs for the ’22-’23 season.
Tom Brady is the 45 year old NFL superstar quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In his long and eventful career he has been to 10 Super Bowls, won 7 Super Bowls, received 3 League MVP distinctions, 14 conference championships, and amassed 277 wins. Brady formerly played for the New England Patriots, enjoying the vast majority of his success while with the team.