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Tom Brady Shut Down A Wild Rumor With An Ad

Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looks on before the game against the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Raymond James Stadium on January 23, 2022 in Tampa, Florida.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady came back to training camp after the team’s preseason game against the Tennessee Titans.

The timing of his return leaves him having one preseason game left before the regular season starts.

That’s all that he needs in preparation for his 23rd NFL season.

It doesn’t take much for the 45-year-old quarterback to get going because of his competitive spirit.

However, there have been speculations regarding his absence.

Eventually, it was revealed that Brady was out due to family commitments.

His time away included a trip to the Bahamas with his family, especially his wife Gisele Bundchen.

But the weirdest speculation of all was that Brady was on the show “Masked Singer.”

He refuted this claim with a tweet that promotes his clothing brand.

Brady said, “Wasn’t on the masked singer last week. Was wearing a mask though.”

Instead, he claimed that he was wearing a helmet and underwear while doing tricks on a motorcycle.

The post is from the Brady Brand which sells clothes for training, golf, and casual wear.

Now that he is back in the fold, he will continue his work to maintain the Buccaneers’ contender status.

 

Brady Brings Out The Fight From Tampa Bay

The seven-time champion leads the way and everyone follows.

His competitive drive trickles to his teammates and motivates them to perform well.

For the third season, Brady will be the Buccaneers’ starter and he would like to help bury the memory of their bitter exit last season.

That’s why they have bolstered their lineup by adding wide receivers Russell Gage and Julio Jones.

With Brady having new targets, head coach Todd Bowles hopes that the Buccaneers can add another Super Bowl title to their collection.




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