Tom Brady Is Heading To Tampa Bay

Tom Brady is heading to Tampa

It is official, the goat Tom Brady will no longer be a New England Patriot. Friday morning Tom Brady officially signed his contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brady posted a photo of him signing his contract on Instagram. During this time of no sports to watch, Tom Brady breathed life back into the sports world. Tom Brady announced that he is leaving the New England Patriots. Brady is a six-time Super Bowl Champion, however, he had nine Super Bowl appearances.

New England Patriot fans are heartbroken after finding out that the goat is leaving New England. Tom Brady played 20 seasons with the Patriots. Brady discussed his decision with the New England Patriots President Robert Kraft before it the news went public.

How it all Started

From 2000 to 2020 Tom Brady has shot himself to superstardom. Tom Brady played his first game, in 2001. Brady took over as starting quarterback after starting quarterback Drew Bledsoe got injured. Brady ended up leading his team to victory in Super Bowl XXXVI against the St. Louis Rams. This game resulted in Brady winning his first Super Bowl MVP award. After Super Bowl XXXVI, the Patriot dynasty began.

Brady and Tampa

Tom Brady is heading to Tampa Bay and his new teammates could not be more excited. Brady will be throwing to Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. Soon to be teammate Chris Godwin tweeted today “We live! Let’s work” at Tom Brady. Brady is being welcomed to Tampa with open arms. Brady signed a two-year contract with $50 million guaranteed deal. An important piece to Brady’s contract is that Tampa Bay can not trade him.

Tom Brady was very vocal about the love he has for football. Brady said he wanted to play until he is 45 years old. Brady will be 43 years old at the start of the 2020 season. He will end his NFL career in Tampa Bay. This is an exciting new chapter for Brady and his family, and we can not wait to see how things turn out.

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