Many have been waiting for this since the day he signed in free agency. For the first time as a member of the Tampa Bay Bucs, Tom Brady practiced on the field at the Adventhealth Training Center on Wednesday.

The Bucs shared a minute-long video of it on their social media where Brady can be seen throwing passes to a number of different wide receivers and running backs that include 2020 fifth round pick Tyler Johnson and seventh round pick Raymond Calais.

Brady’s leadership and intensity is on display in the brief video as you can see him giving instructions to his teammates as well as showing some enthusiasm.

Watch the video here.

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ScottC543
11 months ago

Oh, man, there are no words for how much I’m looking forward to this season (assuming we have one).

SenileSenior
11 months ago

After watching Bruce Arians’ press conference I am optimistic that the NFL can pull off a full season.

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Go Bucs!!!

Charlie
11 months ago

This video is dope af lol

Ian
Ian
11 months ago

Reminds me of seeing Joe Montana in Chiefs gear for the first time.
This is so freakin’ exciting!

diablo5597
11 months ago

21 NFL players have tested positive already. I don’t see how we will have a season.

Gatordoc1
Reply to  diablo5597
11 months ago

as there are around 90 per team now, that’s 21 out of 2880, less than 1%. Please let us have our delusional moment that we can watch a sport other than corn hole this year.

gcolerick
Reply to  diablo5597
11 months ago

LOL….living up to your name sake. The voice of evil is trying to fill us with worry and discontent.

Dave
Reply to  diablo5597
11 months ago

You’re kidding me right? So are you expecting covid to disappear overnight and bammo, cases drop to ZERO? You do realize there’s almost 3000 players in the NFL right now right? That comes out to .007%, and equates to less than 1 player per team. Relax. 21 positives is a massive success

owlykat
11 months ago

It is exactly what I expected. Brady has plenty of gas left in the tank to take us to two Super Bowls.

BigSombrero
Reply to  owlykat
11 months ago

When I turned 43, I remember having a lot more gas too. Damn near everything I ate gave me gas! Lol.

ScottC543
Reply to  BigSombrero
11 months ago

I don’t know you from Adam, but I’m laying huge odds you were no Tom Brady when you were 43. The man has made taking care of himself a religion, and he’s a fanatic.

Dude
11 months ago

No worries on the season, by Thanksgiving the stadiums will be packed with fans and everything will be as close to normal as it gets, apart from the talks of how the season began in an unusual way. So just sit back and enjoy the ride, football is back!

diablo5597
Reply to  Dude
11 months ago

The numbers keep going up. Our elected officials are doing absolutely nothing to fight the virus. Just hoping it will go away will not work in the future any better than it is working now. There is no way things will be back to normal by Thanksgiving.

ScottC543
Reply to  diablo5597
11 months ago

Dude, it’s early in the day to be drunk out of your mind. If you haven’t been drinking, seek help.

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Dave
Reply to  diablo5597
11 months ago

Wrong. The numbers are not going up

jongruden
11 months ago

I know I will get killed for what I’m about to say But Brady is and always will be a Patriot and yes we leased him for a yr or two but it’s like driving a rental car you think you own and have to turn back in. To the poster who loved seeing Montana in KC uniform I was actually sad to see that and would have liked to see him finish as a niner when you are a icon of that organization its sad to see when they leave did anyone really want to see Michael Jordan as… Read more »

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Horse
Reply to  jongruden
11 months ago

Yes you are correct, and rightfully so, he will enter the Hall of Fame as a Patriot. We though, have an opportunity to win a Super Bowl with him, and that’s all I care about!

BucWonder
Reply to  Horse
11 months ago

Amen.

Go Bucs.

ScottC543
Reply to  jongruden
11 months ago

Well, Coach, I rented a Ferrari one time, and let me tell you, it was a sweet ride.

jongruden
Reply to  ScottC543
11 months ago

lol, Point taken hahaha that made me laugh

scubog
Reply to  jongruden
11 months ago

Glad to see you JonnyG. Hope you and the family are doing well.

So what you’re saying is Favre to the Jets and Vikings, Unitas to the Chargers, Namath to the Rams, Heck, Dilfer to the Ravens and other such “change of venues” as star players take either their “second wind” or their “last gasp” is akin to the Bucs fan who moves to the desert or Indianapolis yet still considers himself a Buc?

jongruden
Reply to  scubog
11 months ago

Dilfer was not a legend but yes it was sad to see guys like Favre to the Jets and esp rival Vikes and E Smith to Cards I dont like seeing hall of famers switch teams but hey it worked for Peyton Manning and Bronco’s

Lawdy
11 months ago

the goat

Horse
11 months ago

Love it! Go Bucs!

Spitfire
11 months ago

So exciting!

bucballer
11 months ago

Finally…good to see!

1bucfanjeff
11 months ago

As a season ticket holder, I can tell you it will be a much different season with the email I got today. The stadium will be adjusted for social distancing, your seats will not be your seats anymore, and you have to buy tickets in priority order equating to your season ticket tenure. There are more details I won’t bother to share, but that’s the gist of it. That’s just the starting point for the “season”, but the whole season will be like that…or less.

seat26
11 months ago

If it happens, this will be a fun season to watch unfold.