Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski has a unique (and rather hilarious) analogy for the touchdown catch he made Sunday on the back-shoulder fade that has become the signature play between him and quarterback Tom Brady in their 11 seasons together -- one that they’ve connected on in each of the past two games. It’s like a saying my mom used to say: ‘It must be maple syrup because butter don't drizzle like that,’” Gronkowski said Wednesday when asked about the throw.
Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians has said receiver Antonio Brown will be starting from scratch as he learns the Tampa Bay offense. But what if Brown already knows more than anyone realizes? Quarterback Tom Brady was asked on Wednesday by Steve Isbitts of JoeBucsFan.com this specific question: “Tom, during the offseason after you signed with the Bucs, [more]
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