Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady had a procedure done on his knee during this offseason. Many have wondered and asked how his knee has progressed and although head coach Bruce Arians and Brady himself have provided brief updates, little was still known.
However, on Tuesday, the future Hall of Fame quarterback tweeted a video for what appears to be an Under Armour ad/hype video of him working out without a knee brace on.
One thing to note in Brady’s message is that he wrote “100 percent capacity” which seems to hint at Raymond James Stadium being open to the max for the season opener against the Dallas Cowboys on September 9.
Tampa Bay’s signal caller has been holding workouts with veteran teammates, even away from AdventHealth Training Center. Arians was asked about the most recent one at the team facility as well as away, but would ultimately like to see the players working out at One Buc Place.
“Yeah, evidently it was a real good workout,” said Arians. “I wasn’t here, but from everything I heard it was a real good workout. [Tom Brady] is not in town right now so I would hope some of those guys that have been with him will come here [Wednesday]. We’ll see.”