On Tuesday word got out that Bucs quarterback Tom Brady and some of his new teammates had been practicing at Berkeley Prep School in Tampa. And a day later on Wednesday, some more details came out about the session. 

Among the players that Brady threw passes to was tight end Cam Brate. While appearing on the SiriusXM NFL Radio show, Brate gave a little more insight about what went down during their practice and how it’s been since meeting Brady.

Brate pointed out that it’s unique that he and his teammates are teaching Brady about the Bucs’ playbook when they’re the ones that want to learn from Brady with his experience and winning ways in the NFL over the years. 

You can listen to Brate discuss the practices with Brady along with his conversations with Rob Gronkowski here.

 

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Horse

That’s what I call team playing and team support! Of course they have to teach Tom the playbook; that makes a lot of sense. Go Bucs!

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BigSombrero

I’m glad to see these guys helping Brady out. For all the folks who thought Arians would adapt to Tom and Tom would have NO learning curve, it appears it is Tom who will learn a new offense.

Interesting that it was Brate and Ogunbawale amongst others, and not OJ and RoJo. Scheduling conflict?

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ScottC543

OJ was there, looking pretty ripped.

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matador

Tarzan? Meet Jane

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DonkeyHunter

OJ was there. As was Evans.

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Spitfire

Arians adapting to Brady has nothing to do with Brady still having to learn the playbook and verbiage. Nobody ever claimed or thought Brady would simply walk in and hand Arians his own playbook and tell Arians and the players to learn it. The consensus has been that Arians will still run his offense but will adjust it to what works best for Brady as well and Brady contributing some plays or adjustments to plays to come together on what works best for both Brady and Arians offense. That has seemed pretty standard so far and I’m sure still holds… Read more »

FireLichtMovement

ScootC how do you know OJ was looking ripped? Not questioning if he was or not, just seeing if you saw the practice.. ??

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awwdembucs

Get your facts right BigS.

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FLBoy84

Anybody else seeing “Rate this item:Thumb UpThumb DownSubmit Rating00 No votes yet. Please wait…” at the end of every comment??????

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bucballer

Yes! FLBoy. I’ve sent 2 differing texts asking PR to respond about this software problem! No replies yet! I guess maybe they r hiding in the trees from school security at Berkeley Prep! It would be nice if someone could address this annoying occurrence.

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awwdembucs

Good to hear. Brady likes to throw to his TE’S.
With less turnovers the Bucs can keep opposing defenses on the field more and wear them down.

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Spitfire

That’s it? Is it possible to get reports on how the practice went? Like how the throwing was and the feeling from how natural it may have felt?

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76bucsfan46

To be honest I dont care if OJ is ripped, has he practiced his route running and holding on to the balls that hit him in the hands.

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