Tom Brady Responds to Bruce Arians’ Warning

Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady heard Bruce Arians’ NSFW message about him playing in a hurry and he’s listening.

In the Buccaneers Week 14 game with Buffalo Bills, there was a late play in the first inning in which Brady ran with the ball for three yards. Veteran QB saw an opening to jump in, and he took advantage of it before being tackled by Taron Johnson.

However, Bruce Arians was not satisfied with that. After all, it’s really unnecessary for Tom Brady to sacrifice his body and risk getting injured at that point of the game. He may last a long time in the NFL, but at 44, the Buccaneers want to protect him as much as possible.

With that said, Arians went out while shooting after his game to reprimand Brady.

“That’s enough. Put your butt on the ground,” Arians said of the play.

When he heard his Buccaneers coach take the oath, Brady couldn’t help but laugh. After all, this was the first time he had heard Arians say such words. All jokes aside, though, he understands where his coach is coming from.

“He’s right. He’s right. I agree with BA “Sit down on the ground.” That’s what I deserve. That’s where I should be. They’re trying to get me into the ground pretty hard, and they took some nice pictures yesterday. I think the days when I run, they will only be if necessary at this point in the future,” Brady said. Pro Football Talk.

With that said, it’s safe to say that there won’t be too much of a rush with Football any time soon.

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Olly Dawes

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