Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady are sharing the cover of Madden 22, marking the first time two players are on the game's front in over a decade.
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Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady might be the Madden 22 cover athletes, but it doesn't mean they can beat family members when it comes to the classic EA Sports football game.
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Bucs QB Tom Brady said he knew last spring that he'd need knee surgery after the season and now feels that he's "able to do some different things this year that I wasn't able to do last year" as he gears up for the 2021 season.
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Tom Brady had a full day of practice on the first day of Buccaneers minicamp.
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In an one-on-one interview with Sal Paolantonio, Bucs Head Coach Bruce Arians says Tom Brady is "90 percent back" from off-season knee surgery. Brady surprised Bucs' coaches by participating fully in the team's hour and 40 minute minicamp practice Tuesday.
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Sal Paolantonio texted Bruce Arians last nite and asked: "With all the talk of a Super Bowl repeat, what was your message to this team as you try to get back to the Super Bowl?" Arians texted back: "I told them THAT team won the Super Bowl. This team ain't done (bleep). Start at the basics and build. "
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Buccaneers assistant head coach/run game coordinator Harold Goodwin offered his support to Eugene Chung, noting that the "process has been pretty hard" for minority coaching candidates in the NFL.
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