Tom Brady: I feel great, I’ll be there Sunday

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Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady was back on the practice field Thursday and he plans to be on the field for Sunday’s game against the Falcons as well.

Brady was on last week’s injury report with a right finger injury and a right shoulder injury was added to it after last Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs, but Brady said that all is well with the new issue when he spoke to reporters.

“Feels great. Thanks for asking. I’ll be there Sunday,” Brady said, via Sara Walsh of NFL Network.

The Bucs have dropped two straight games, so they’d like to right the ship at home this weekend before heading on the road in Weeks Six and Seven. Brady continuing to feel great would be a big plus to their chances of getting that victory.

15 responses to “Tom Brady: I feel great, I’ll be there Sunday

  1. Don’t worry about it Tom, they’re like buses there’s always another one around the corner.

  2. Go home. You are the GOAT in football, now go home and fix your marriage and be the best GOAT dad you can be. Thank you for entertaining us all of these years but it’s a sport and your family is what should matter most, especially now.

  3. Wouldn’t be the first time Tom’s lied his way through. Shoulder injuries don’t go away quickly.

  4. “Go home. fix your marriage and be the best GOAT dad you can be. it’s a sport and your family is what should matter most, especially now.” __________________________________________________________________________________________

    So you want him to quit midseason and abandon the team that he’s committed to leading? How is that a good move or a Tom Brady move? It’s very possible that he can retire after this year, and in a few months, apologize to her, make up with her, and commit to being a good dad. No one’s at fault with this but him quitting midseason is not what he stands for and is not a good solution and not how his career should end.

  5. Sometimes I think of Otto Graham winning six NFL championships in a row. I go back and dream about Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw with four super bowl rings. Troy Aikman,Bob Greise, Jim Kelly, John Elway etc.
    No one remembers their wives!

  6. “He can retire after this year, and in a few months, apologize to her, make up with her, and commit to being a good dad.”

    Isn’t that what he did last year?

  7. TB12 cares about winning Super Bowls and adding to his legacy. Considering what’s at stake, he was acting selfishly when he un-retired. Personally, I thought he should have retired after the 2016 SB against Atlanta, where he won ring #5. In hindsight, perhaps I was wrong, but maybe not. He’d still be the GOAT had the 28-3 comeback been his final game.

  8. patsfan4lifedynasty says:
    October 6, 2022 at 2:39 pm
    Tom has aged overnight. It’s really shocking.

    ——————————

    Brady’s stats against Kansas City last week say otherwise.

    Brady had 385 yards, 3 TDs, 0 Ints and 114.7 rating.
    Compared to Mahomes 249 yards, 3TDs, 1 Int, and 97.7 rating.

    The lose was squarely on the Bucs defense that negated Tom Brady’s superior play.

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