Tom Brady is up in arms about the new NFL rules allowing defensive players to wear a wider ranger of jersey numbers. Rob Parker sounds off on Brady taking to social media about these rules while seemingly not caring about recording opponents sidelines, cutting off audio to coaches headsets, deflating footballs and the rest of the rules bent to help him win football games.
The Buccaneers have only two quarterbacks on their roster, and their starter turns 44 in August. At some point, Tampa Bay will have to start thinking about the future at the position. Is that time now? Tom Brady is signed through 2022 and plans to play at least two more seasons. Ryan Griffin is the [more]
He spent time in South Florida on Sunday cheering on Inter Miami — co-owned by his friend David Beckham — in its Major League Soccer season opener against the LA Galaxy. He then flew back to Tampa and went to Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor for the Arians Family Foundation dinner and concert that evening. Brady isn’t the first Bucs player to show some hometown support at Amalie Arena this offseason.