Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady revealed he contracted Covid-19 last February, shortly after the Super Bowl LV boat parade; Watch the Dallas Cowboys @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers live on the Sky Sports NFL and Sky Sports Main Event from 12:30 pm on Friday.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady said he contracted Covid-19 shortly after celebrating his team’s Super Bowl in February.
Brady’s parents also faced Covid-19 last year.
Although Brady’s team is 100 percent vaccinated, he believes this season could be even more challenging than last.
“I actually think it will matter more this year than last year,” Brady said.
“Just because of what we are doing now, because of how the stadium will look and what the journey will look like, and also because of the people in the building and the fans.
“It’s not like last year, although we are going through tests like last year. I definitely think the guys are going to be out of the game at different times and we just have to deal with it. “
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The reigning Tampa Bay Super Bowl Buccaneers are streaming the Dallas Cowboys live on the Sky Sports NFL early Friday morning.
Last season, Tampa Bay crowned Super Bowl champions in their backyard. You might say it couldn’t be much better, but in fact it probably could. The Bucs boasts two of the best passing attacks since Brady and his stellar gun-picking squad, who lost Chris Godwin in four games and tight O. Jay Howard in 12 games, while Antonio Brown only played eight games since his return from suspension in November. …