Buccaneers Arians Addresses Brady Trade Rumors

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Did you hear the latest Buccaneers rumor, the one about Tom Brady being traded to Globo-Gym? Yea, that one is as believable as the Brady to Miami rumors.

NFL Network’s Steve Wyche recently spoke with Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians about quarterback Brady and the rumors associated with him and Miami.

“Somebody’s Got To Write A Story”

“I have no clue where it comes from,” Arians answered. “Somebody’s got to write a story every day about something. Tom and I have a great relationship. Even during the retirement: ‘Where you at?’ ‘I’m in Italy.’ ‘How’s it going?’ ‘Got the kids over here.’ You know, just checking on him. I can’t get him back on the golf course because he’s traveling too much, so I can’t win enough money off of him.”

Arians then went on to talk about the recent players added or re-signed this offseason, in our because of Brady.

“They know what Tom brings and we got a shot for another ring. And that’s it. That’s bottom line,” Arians stated. “It’s all about the ring again. Not reloading, not seeing who’s going to do this, who’s going to do that, how we are we going to fit this guy in. Everybody knows their role again right now. The smile really hasn’t come off my face. I’m drinking too much, but other than that it’s been a constant celebration. It was huge for us to have Tom back.”

Arnold’s Rumor

This brings us back to the rumor, no not the Globo-Gym one, the hockey guy one.

“Would not be surprised if Tom Brady didn’t play for Buccaneers next season. Try a little further South.” via hockey guy Dale Arnold from NESN. That tweet opened the floodgates of the Brady to the Dolphins rumor. Yes, a Beantown hockey guy two years removed from having Brady in his market started this. This has since been refuted by several outlets including The Athletic and the Miami Herald. And now it’s been refuted by Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians.

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