Bucs HC Todd Bowles reacts to Dolphins tampering with Tom Brady

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While the Tampa Bay Buccaneers continue their preparations for the 2022 NFL season, one of the biggest stories in the league this week involved another team trying to lure away their quarterback during the 2021 campaign.

The NFL hit the Miami Dolphins with a long list of penalties for tampering with Bucs quarterback Tom Brady multiple times over the last few years, both during his time in Tampa Bay and during his final season with the New England Patriots.

After Wednesday’s training camp practice, Bucs head coach Todd Bowles was asked about the situation, and it doesn’t look like the revelations earned a blip on his radar.

“The league took care of it – it has nothing to do with us,” Bowles said. “We try to keep outside noise to a minimum. There’s nothing to be said on that front because I really don’t know anything about it.”

When asked specifically how he felt about another team talking to his quarterback in the middle of the season, Bowles seemed equally unmoved.

“It doesn’t bother me,” Bowles said. “There’s just not a lot going on in sports right now. We’re not making it any bigger than it is.”

Brady and the Bucs will host the Dolphins for joint practices next week leading up to their preseason opener.

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Story originally appeared on Buccaneers Wire