After a long layoff, Tom Brady and Larry Fitzgerald are back on the airwaves. The New England Patriots star and Arizona Cardinals wideout teamed up as co-hosts of “The Tom Brady Show” on CBS Sports Radio.
Tom Brady has teamed up with wideout Larry Fitzgerald on a radio show. Head coach Bruce Arians was asked about the longevity of Brady and he replied, Tom Brady is playing for his life. Read more in detail here: who is tom brady playing for.
As Tom Brady approaches his 44th birthday on Aug. 3, Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians praised him for his tenacity and endurance. According to a transcript of the team’s official YouTube channel, Arians stated during his Monday news conference, “It’s remarkable the passion that burns in him that helps him accomplish this.” He said, “You know, he knows nobody out there competing any harder than him, so it’s great.” Brady played much of last season with a torn MCL in his left knee, according to reports. Brady’s teammates praised his toughness earlier, including tight end Rob Gronkowski and wide receiver Scotty Miller.
According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Arians stated the club would toss Brady a bone and give him a day off on his birthday.
Brady’s team is praised by Jordan Whitehead.
When asked how he feels about Brady turning 44, safety Jordan Whitehead expressed his admiration for the quarterback’s ability to play at such a high level despite his age. According to a tweet by Stroud, Whitehead remarked, “That’s the GOAT, man, that’s the GOAT.” Brady’s staff, headed by his trainer and business partner Alex Guerrero, was also praised by Whitehead for taking such good care of the quarterback’s physique. When Whitehead faced Brady in practice, he noted the quarterback clearly wants to be great and improve every day. Brady did not betray his age in his first season in Tampa Bay, throwing for 50 touchdowns and running for four more as he led the Buccaneers to their first Super Bowl victory since 2002, a 31-9 thrashing of the reigning champion Kansas City Chiefs.
On the radio, Brady and Fitzgerald team up.
Brady and veteran wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald will join up on the airwaves even if they don’t get a chance to play together. According to the Boston Herald’s Barry Wilner, the quarterback and star wide receiver will host a weekly SiriusXM Radio program called “Let’s Go!” where they will join Jim Gray in analyzing the NFL.
Starting September 6 on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio, the one-hour show will run every Monday (channel 82). Steve Cohen, SiriusXM’s senior vice president of sports programming and podcasts, said they are thrilled to have Brady and Fitzgerald join up on their own SiriusXM show and speak directly to listeners as the two greatest players to ever play the game.
While Fitzgerald did not get the opportunity to play with Brady on the field, he claimed having him as a radio colleague is as good as it gets.
Trask is getting the most out of his reps.
As a potential successor to Brady’s reign, the Buccaneers selected quarterback Kyle Trask in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft. According to Scott Smith of Buccaneers.com, Trask has extra time to study the Buccaneers’ playbook and be around Brady since Brady plans to play until he’s 45 years old. Trask is unconcerned about this since he is trying to keep control of what he can and maximize his repetitions throughout sessions. Trask is also looking forward to seeing some action in the Buccaneers’ three preseason games.
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