It’s like Tom Brady never left New England.
The future Hall of Famer and alleged mastermind of Deflategate has already put his new team in trouble by defying stay-at-home orders in Florida and attempting to visit Buccaneers offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich. Brady, who signed a $50 million guaranteed contract with Tampa Bay just over one month ago, was busted when he mistakenly walked into the house of Leftwich’s neighbor, David Kramer, on April 7.
“I literally was just sitting here and I watch this tall guy just walk into my house,” Kramer told TMZ Sports. “He didn’t even look at me. He just like dropped his duffel bags down on the floor and just kind of like looked up at me and I’ll never forget the look on his face.
“He just goes, ‘Am I in the wrong house?!’”
Brady apologized, then quickly left. But the other 31 NFL teams are the ones who are seemingly aggrieved by the situation.
Brady’s meeting with Leftwich was prohibited, given the restrictions placed on teams during the COVID-19 pandemic, and CBS Sports reports that multiple teams have conveyed their anger about the situation and believe the Buccaneers will receive “stern discipline” from commissioner Roger Goodell’s office.
Brady attempted to downplay the incident — which occurred four days after Florida’s stay-at-home order was enacted — on Twitter:
“Trespassing in parks, breaking and entering… Just making myself at home in Tompa Bay!” Brady wrote.
Brady later made an even worse faux pas in his new home city, as the 42-year-old was caught defying logic and law, and ejected from a public park, where he was working out.
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