Tom Brady led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to Super Bowl LV victory in February despite a medial collateral ligament injury to his right knee.
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Quarterback suffered an injury before joining the “Bucks” in March 2020, and he is still a member of the New England Patriots.
In his first season with the Buccaneers, the injury got worse, which did not stop the 43-year-old from completing his 65.7% passing attempt, for 4,633 yards. Brady gave the ball 40 times for a Major against 12 Steels.
The man who won seven Super Bowl rings finally decided to have surgery in late February, saying it had become “too serious”.
“I know I have to do something at the end of the season and I’m glad I did,” Brady said, echoing the Tampa Bay Times at the end of the mini-camp. His, in. June. The work that needs to be done and the result is satisfactory, so I am very happy. I think there are things I can do this year that I could not do last year. ”
So it’s a bad omen for Brady’s opponents, he should be more careful about him. In addition, the 44-year-old Florida company was able to bring back most of the early players who helped them win their seventh ring at the start of next season.