But Brady is going to get his work done, and his teammates will be there with him. He’s looking forward to being healthy, because he says the knee was a problem throughout the year and took a lot of his time that could’ve been spent on other areas. I had a pretty serious knee surgery this offseason, which is the first surgery I’ve had in about 12 years,” Brady said on the podcast.
Five players tried out for the Buccaneers during their rookie minicamp and four of them will be sticking around for a while. Cornrback Antonio Hamilton‘s agent announced his signing on Sunday and multiple reports say the Bucs will also be signing tight end Jerell Adams, running back Troymaine Pope, and safety Curtis Riley. Pope ran [more]
Photo: Jerell Adams; Credit: Jason Beede, AllBucs.com After impressing the team in rookie minicamp on a tryout basis, veteran cornerback and tight end are signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on one-year deals. Hamilton's signing was shared by ESPN's Adam Schefter via Hamilton's agent Drew Rosenhaus, while Adams' signing was reported by Greg Auman of The Athletic. Financial terms were not immediately available upon Hamilton and Adams' signings.