Bucs QB Tom Brady to undergo minor knee surgery
Bucs superstar quarterback Tom Brady is now a seven-time Super Bowl champion and will be looking to make it eight Vince Lombardi trophies next season.
Brady is riding high and enjoying himself after pulling off an incredible feat at 43 years old. However, the veteran gunslinger will have to do some maintenance on his aging body during the NFL offseason.
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According to ESPN, Brady will require offseason knee surgery.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady will undergo a minor surgical procedure on his knee this offseason, a source confirmed to ESPN.
At 43, it is remarkable what Brady has been able to do to sustain his dominance on the football field. However, he’s only human, and these things happen. Fortunately, it is a minor procedure, but when is going under the knife ever minor.
This knee issue has been something lingering for quite some time, according to ESPN.
A source close to the situation told ESPN that this was not a recent injury and that Brady, who led the Bucs to a victory Sunday in Super Bowl LV, had been planning the procedure for months. It wasn’t immediately clear which knee the procedure will be on.
Hopefully for the Bucs, Brady can recover quickly from this minor surgery and be ready for the 2021 NFL season when the Bucs try to repeat as Super Bowl champions.
Tampa Bay’s front office has a tall task ahead as many players on the current squad are set for free agency. Brady already saying he’ll return for another season will only help the recruiting process. Although there’s no telling how many players they might lose.