Tom Brady may be retired, but his unbroken working relationship with Bruce Arians led to his departure from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and NFL.
While Tom Brady called it a career after 22 seasons just a few weeks ago, much has been done about his working relationship with his ex. Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians.
Before NFL Player Rich Ohrnberger hinted that a rift existed between Brady and the Arians, leading to the midfielder’s retirement after the season ended, citing “the honeymoon is over.” While things may not go well this time around for the 2021 Buccaneers, FanSided‘S Matt Lombardo reported the concept of Brady and Arians falling as “comprehensive and complete BS”
If Brady wants to play through the final year of his Buccaneers contract, Tampa Bay will let him.
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Brady’s decision to retire is much more than how he feels about his head coach. Being away from his family was probably the biggest reason why he hung up. Brady could have played at a high level for another year, as he led the NFL over in his last campaign. However, do you want to put yourself and your family through another tough season?
Sure, Brady and the Arians will succeed in the NFL with completely different manners. Brady devoured buttercream, while Arians enjoyed a cocktail or two. Although they may have different personalities, they unite for a common bond that is victorious. Brady was The GOAT before coming to Tampa, but won Super Bowl 55 could help Arians get to Canton someday.
It may have only been two years, but together, Brady and Arians have completed a ton in Tampa Bay.
https://fansided.com/2022/02/19/tom-brady-bruce-arians-buccaneers-no-rift/ No rift exists between Tom Brady and Bruce Arians on Bucs