Tom Brady Reveals Why He’s Taking One Day Off This Season – Hollywood Life

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Everyone needs a day to relax and recuperate. Tom Brady No difference! The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback opened up about recent reports that he will be taking one day off every week in his 2022 NFL season in a new discussion as part of the SiriusXM podcast. Alright, let’s go! With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray.Tom, 45, admitted that part of the decision lay in his years of hard work throughout the season.

Reportedly, Tom will take one day off a week for the entire season, where he will rest his team from training. While he shouldn’t interfere in any game, sources have revealed that he will receive every Wednesday as a “veterans rest day” throughout the season. NFL network. Bucks back up QB while resting Blaine Gabbert I will attend team practice in place of Tom.

Tom announced on his podcast that he’s taking one day off a week this season. (Butch Dill/AP/Shutterstock)

In surprising news, Tom’s podcast co-host asked him about getting him some time off. After spending over 20 years on the field for the season, he was happy to have some downtime. “fact I worked the weekend For the past 23 years, I deserve one day off a week, so maybe I do. I don’t know if it’s Wednesday, but they’re closed on Tuesdays.it probably enough for me’” he said on the SiriusXM podcast.

Tom and the Buccaneers are off to a great start to the 2022 season despite having a rest day. Tampa has won both games so far against the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints. Despite winning New Orleans, Tom was frustrated that his team was down at the start of the game. Throw the tablet. he then apologized for ranting In a video on Twitter. “Sorry for breaking that tablet. I think it’s going to be another Twitter meme or something like that,” he said.

https://hollywoodlife.com/2022/09/20/tom-brady-reason-day-off-nfl-season/ Tom Brady Reveals Why He’s Taking One Day Off This Season – Hollywood Life

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