Quarterback Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James have been having fun social media interactions lately. After the 26-14 victory of the Buccaneers, James published an article in Instagram about Brady’s touchdown to end Rob Gronkowski’s career. James then indicated that he had seen the game once or twice this season. Brady said: I hope you’ll see a lot more. In his latest social media post, Brady published an Instagram article in which he thanked James’ production company for the continuous delivery of the sweatshirt, according to a Twitter post from a loyal Patriots fan.
Brady accompanied him with the legend Thanks for the hoodie with five tears and a cheerful emoji.
The veteran quarterback mainly laughed at the words printed on the hoodie: More than a trophy man. James posted Brady’s story on his Instagram and added eight emojis of tears of joy. Brady is certainly not the trophy husband of his supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen, as he has won the Super Bowl six times and is about to become the first Hall of Famer if he decides to end his playing career.
Brady presents the luxury boat
A few days ago, TMZ Sports reported that Brady, 43, had purchased a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-built vehicle, usually priced in the $2 million range. It was also reported that Brady called it Viva a Vida, after his wife’s initiative to plant more than 200,000 trees in the Amazon rainforest.
Brady never mentioned his last purchase, but he did reveal whether he capitulated Captain Brady with a black pirate flag in his Instagram story. A few days later Brady placed a picture of himself at the wheel of the boat, together with the inscription Performance/Repeat/Recover, according to Henry McKenna of USA Today. Clearly, Brady is serious about staying with the Buccaneers next season and making Florida his permanent home.
In a recent interview Brady said you’ll never see me dead again in the Northeast, referring to his 20-year stay in the cold New England cold while he was with the Patriots. On Sunday, the Buccaneers take on the Atlanta Falcons in a winless game to increase their chances of reaching the play-offs. The Buccaneers are currently in sixth place in the NFC (8-5) and hope to end the drought in the play-offs that started in 2007.
Bucs places Special Commanders on the COVID-19 list ofs
The official website of the Buccaneers announced Tuesday that the team striker Ryan Succop, player Bradley Pinion and linebacker Zach Triner have been placed on the reserve list/COVID-19. However, the Buccaneers did not provide any additional information on whether three tests were positive for COVID-19 or whether they had had close contact with one or more infected persons. Succop has been on the right track lately, with his last 20 field attempts, including two in the victory of the Buccaneers over the Vikings. Succop has scored 110 points this season and places her sixth in the NFL. These three players are the first Bucs players added to the list since the release of defender Benning Potoa’e on the 30th. November has been added.
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