On Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers received some wonderful news. They learned that Tom Brady would be returning to practice on Monday. Brady missed the last few weeks due to a personal reason. It is not known why.
NFL.com had the following to report about Brady returning:
“It’s something he needs to handle,” Bowles said upon the announcement of Brady’s absence. “We trust him. We talked about it. It was scheduled way before training camp.”
Brady had missed time and NFL.com reported that head coach Todd Bowles said it was excused:
“Tom has been excused today,” Bowles said. “He’ll be back sometime around after Tennessee. He’s going to deal with some personal things.
“This is something we talked about before training camp started. We allotted this time because he wanted to get in and get chemistry with the guys and go through two weeks of training camp. Knowing he wasn’t going to play the first two games, he didn’t want to take away reps from Blaine (Gabbert) and Kyle (Trask), as well as (Ryan Griffin), as far as going into these next two games.”
“It’s something he needs to handle,” Bowles. “We trust him. We talked about it. It was scheduled way before training camp.”
At the moment, it’s unclear why Tom Brady didn’t practice with the Buccaneers. According to some reports, this was something that was planned going into the season. This could be true. Another report has stated that Brady is still pondering his decision to return to the NFL and that he’s not sure if he wants to play football. A second interesting report suggests that Brady may want to play for the Miami Dolphins.
Although we won’t likely find the true reason for Tom Brady’s absence from practice, it is possible that Monday will be the day.
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