Nothing has stopped Tom Brady’s preparation over his career, so it’s no surprise COVID-19 can’t stop him, either.
Brady and several teammates got together for some drills on Tuesday morning at Tampa Bay’s Berkeley Preparatory School, per Rick Stroud and Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times.
It was a two-hour session that featured Brady and about eight of his teammates. The Bucs’ new quarterback —in a bright orange practice jersey and Bucs helmet— was out there walking receivers through routes, organizing drills, and simulating game day situations such as red zone work and “coming out” drills.
The group included receivers, running backs, and tight ends, but Blaine Gabbert was also on hand. Even though he’s a backup, it will be important for him to be in the know all season long in case something were to happen to Brady.
The workout is further proof of Brady’s dedication to the game and his desire to learn Tampa Bay’s offense as quickly as possible.
Hopefully, it will lead to winning as quickly as possible, as well.