Tom Brady made a huge change to the entire NFL landscape when he decided to leave the New England Patriots and sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
While fans are already anxious to see what he will bring to the team, Los Angeles Rams punter Johnny Hekker focused on one specific thing that has happened during the early days of Brady’s stint in Tampa Bay. You might have heard that Brady’s camp was quick to trademark phrases to be used for merchandise. This apparently didn’t sit well with the veteran punter, who decided to make fun of it on social media:
Brady doesn’t seem all that concerned about the comments that have been made regarding the trademark fillings. He is focused on his first season with the Bucs and what it will bring him:
“It’s not like I’m 25, where I just basically pack a suitcase and go. I have three kids, and it’s just changing a little bit of our life – but that’s life, and that’s what people do. That’s what you do when you have opportunities at other jobs and other places. There’s a lot of coaches that deal with that; there’s a lot of players that have dealt with that. They deal with it every year… In that sense, I’m no different than what so many other people are going through. And you do the best you can do, and you make the transition as smooth as possible.”
He also said:
“[It’s] gonna be a busy offseason for me, learning a lot of new things, which is a great challenge and a great opportunity for me. And I’m gonna just do it the only way I know how to do it, which is to fully engulf myself in what’s done here. It’s a new program that I’m a part of, and they have their way of doing things, and they’re committed to winning. And I gotta come in and do my part, and that’s why I’m here.”
We can’t wait to see Brady back on the field.