Buccaneers’ Tom Brady Says Return to New England Won’t Be a Time to ‘Reminisce’

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Tom Brady is placing sentiment apart when he and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hit the highway to play the New England Patriots on Sunday.

“I’m not going to essentially reminisce,” he stated on his Let’s Go! podcast with Jim Gray (through ESPN’s Jenna Laine). “I do not assume that is the second for that. I’ll have lots alternatives to reminisce about my soccer profession — none of it, none of which I actually care to do proper now as a result of I’m a lot within the second.”

This would be the first time the 44-year-old performs at Gillette Stadium since signing with the Buccaneers forward of the 2020 season.

Brady gained six Super Bowls, three MVPs and cemented himself as arguably the best quarterback ever in his 20 seasons with the Patriots. As he stated, although, there will not be a lot time to consider the reminiscences he made in New England.

Tampa Bay is seeking to atone for a 34-24 defeat to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 3. A second successive loss may see the defending Super Bowl champion cede extra floor to the 3-0 Carolina Panthers or slip behind the New Orleans Saints (2-1) within the NFC South.

Likewise, the outpouring of goodwill towards Brady from Patriots followers will most likely fade shortly after the kickoff. Seeing the legendary quarterback once more might be good, however watching New England enhance to 2-2 will most likely be a extra pleasing sight.

While issues appeared to bitter on the finish, Brady and the Patriots did not interact in a messy, public divorce. The two events presumably stay cordial sufficient.

Once Brady walks away from his taking part in profession, there might be loads of time to replicate on what he and former head coach Bill Belichick achieved collectively.

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