On Tuesday, Tom Brady announced that he wouldn’t be returning to the New England Patriots. Later in the day, Adam Schefter is reporting that he is expected to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Tampa is the expected landing spot for Tom Brady barring anything unforeseen, sources tell me and @JeffDarlington.
There's no signing date or announcement officially set up, but Brady is expected to be a Buccaneer.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 17, 2020
Brady, 42, played 20 seasons with the Patriots, winning six Super Bowls and making 14 Pro Bowls. He has thrown for 74,571 yards, 541 touchdowns and 179 interceptions on 63.8 percent completion in his career.
He will replace Jameis Winston in Tampa Bay, who threw for 30 touchdowns, but also threw for 30 interceptions. Brady will have great targets to throw to in Chris Godwin and Mike Evans. With Brady under Bruce Arians, the Bucs will figure to compete in a tough NFC South.
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