With Tom Brady’s absence from the Buccaneers fading, coach Todd Bowles insisted Friday that the club will stay on course regarding the return of the superstar quarterback.
Brady’s excused but unexplained hiatus has sparked rampant speculation since it was announced on Aug. 11 that the 45-year-old would be taking time off for personal reasons. Despite the lack of news about Brady’s situation, Bowles told reporters there was no reason to panic, and the quarterback said he would be back with the team after Saturday’s preseason game against the Titans. I repeated.
“Do I look worried?” Bowles asked. Tampa Bay Times“I’m not worried, so I don’t know why other people are.
“We know exactly when Tom will be back and he has consistently said it will be after the Titans game.”
On multiple occasions since Brady left practice, Bowles said he expects the QB to return to the team some time after the Aug. 20 game against Tennessee in Tampa. He announced the start of training camp with the goal of “going through two weeks of training camp, knowing that you won’t be playing a match.”
This latest update may ease some Bucks fans’ worries, but ironically, after Bowles said on Thursday there was “no definitive date” for Brady’s return, the timing is even more. The Bucks will face the Colts in the preseason finale on August 24, and then start the season against the Cowboys in Dallas on September 11.
“I see. We’ll talk about that next week.” He said. “Right now I don’t really care. I’m going to practice and play against Tennessee. I said after Tennessee. There’s no definitive date for me. We’ll keep in touch and find out.” increase.”
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