Tom Brady, the quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, skipped practising on Thursday due to personal obligations. According to head coach Todd Bowles, Brady won’t join the club again until after the Bucs’ game against the Titans on August 20, which will be their second preseason game.
Bowels said that Tom Brady was excused from that day’s practice, and he will soon be back after sometimes of the Tennessee Titans match. He said he is dealing with some personal things.
As far as we know now, Tom Brady talked about this before the training camp started, and he allotted time because he wanted to keep the chemistry between teams intact. As h knew he would not be available for the first two matches, he wanted to be ready for the match he started playing.
The Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have shared sessions the last two days, and they’ll play each other in their preseason debuts on Saturday. Brady won’t take the field, according to an earlier statement from Bowles.
Tom Brady Excused From Training: Sources Say He Will Be Dealing With Some Personal Matters
Bowles did not specifically address Brady’s absence, but the head coach did say that the Buccaneers would care about it if it mattered to Brady.
When asked if there were doubts that Brady would participate in the regular-season opener on September 11 against the Cowboys, Bowles brushed down any worries.
Given the absence of important players, Bowles’ first camp in charge of the Buccaneers has already been a little challenging. The Buccaneers’ starting centre, Ryan Jensen, suffered a major leg injury that will hold him out indefinitely.
With Mike Evans battling with a hamstring ailment and Russell Gage missing practise this week due to a leg injury, the receiver room has also suffered. Most training camps were spent with an injury for Breshad Perriman (leg).