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Bucs coach Bruce Arians says Tom Brady gets ‘cussed out’ like everyone else

Six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady is arguably the greatest quarterback of all time. He has cemented his legacy as being a consistent winner and in the opinion of many has surpassed the greatest of San Francisco 49ers legend, Joe Montana. Now Tom Brady is starting fresh with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a legend in his own right. Although he’s not immune to getting cussed out by his new head coach, Bruce Arians.


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With training camp now underway for the Bucs and the rest of the NFL for that matter, Brady and Arians have gotten their first taste of working together in Tampa Bay. So far, Arians isn’t concerned about Brady picking things up quickly, via Jenna Laine of ESPN.

“Yeah he’s probably the least of my worries right now,” Arians said Thursday. “He’s where he needs to be. We need to get more live reps. Blocking, tackling — this game’s a blocking and tackling game. Fourteen days to block and tackle. Is that enough? And I hate tackling ourselves. We don’t want to road-block ourselves, but we’ve gotta get ready to play a game. I think that’s the biggest disadvantage — not being in pads and not playing fast.”


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Although Arians admits that Brady is not much of a concern for him in terms of picking up the offense, he isn’t immune to being on the wrong ends of his words on the practice field. Arians is a fiery coach and Brady has likely already felt the wrath of his new coach in their short time together.

“He gets cussed out like everybody else,” which the coach said happened this week.

“He did a little bit yesterday because he likes to throw the ball in walk-throughs and we don’t throw the ball in walk-throughs. But not very bad.”

Much like Cam Newton with the New England Patriots, Brady will have one hell of an adjustment period while with the Bucs. Tampa Bay is a team stacked with talent offensively and will be hoping to compete during the 2020 season as Brady tries to end his career on a high note.

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