Tom Brady, a seven-time Super Bowl champion, announced his retirement from the Buccaneers in February 2023. His choice to resign was not unexpected by his supporters, but it was still a sad time for them. Many believed Brady was departing the sport on a negative note rather than a high one. However, it appears that there is one set of folks who are relieved Tom Brady has left the Buccaneers for good.

The previous season did not go too well for TB12. In fact, many would describe it as awful, since he had his worst season in practically every metric. His off-field issues, particularly his divorce from Gisele Bündchen, appear to have hampered his effectiveness on the pitch. When he resigned and took those difficulties with him, it appears that a number of Bucs fans breathed a sigh of relief.

Tom Brady
Tom Brady

Tom Brady’s retirement brings a sense of relief to the Buccaneers

According to NFL insider Mike Florio, Tom Brady‘s retirement has several players feeling relieved and optimistic about the next season. “What a mess of distractions last year with everything that was going on with Brady,” he stated on WDAE sports radio station. “And to be free of that, to be beyond it, I believe a lot of [Bucs] will feel relieved, refreshed, and recharged this year.”

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Of course, Florio acknowledges that the players will not say it publicly. However, he feels that is a prevalent feeling in the Buccaneers’ locker room.

“They’re not going to say it, but I think they’re going to feel it, and I think that’s good for the Buccaneers.”

TB12 is preparing to return to the NFL in a new capacity

Brady may have retired from playing football, but his involvement in the NFL is far from over. The last time he retired, he signed a 10-year, $375 million contract with Fox Sports to be their lead analyst. Now that he has finally and definitively hung up his cleats, he is all set to enter a whole new side of the NFL. One that he’s never experienced before.

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Tom Brady

Knowing Tom Brady, it will not take him long to get accustomed to game-calling. In fact, his 22 years of experience in the league should help him become a dominant commentator and analyst. It is certain that many fans and players will be keenly listening to his words, given his achievements.

Source: The SportsRush

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