During a press conference on Thursday, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady didn’t sound like himself.
On Sunday night, Brady and the Bucs will face the New England Patriots in what is expected to be one of the most important regular-season games in NFL history. On Thursday, No. 12 met with the media to discuss Sunday’s game.
Right away, fans and reports were perplexed by Brady’s voice, which sounded raspy, as if he was sick or had been yelling excessively during practice this week. Take a look at
Tom Brady’s voice is in rough shape. Sounds and looks under the weather. pic.twitter.com/hR1v3jQQBI
— Zack Cox (@ZackCoxNESN) September 30, 2021
Brady went on to say that his throat is “tired” compared to his arm.
It sounds like you had a difficult week at practice. “My throat is more tired than my arm,” Brady said, according to NFL reporter Albert Breer .
Buccaneers QB @TomBrady on the TB/BB storyline: “I haven’t thought too much about it. I’m just gonna try to do what I always do, go be a great quarterback. … It’ll be great to see everybody after the game.”
He also sounds REALLY hoarse. “My throat’s more tired than my arm.”
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) September 30, 2021
However, it appears that he is unconcerned. This week,
Brady is the focus of Sunday Night Football . For the first time since leaving New England for sunny Tampa Bay, he’ll be back at Gillette Stadium. Regardless of the storylines surrounding the huge Week 4 matchup, Brady is doing his best to concentrate solely on winning a football game.
When asked about the Bill Belichick storyline, Brady said, “I haven’t given it much thought.” “I’m just going to try to do what I’ve always done, which is to go be a great quarterback.” After the game, it’ll be great to see everyone. ”
This Sunday, at 8:20 p.m., Brady and the Buccaneers will face Belichick and the Patriots. On NBC, it’s 9 p.m. ET. Nokia News