Tom Brady will star in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ preseason match against the Cincinnati Bengals at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday; Peyton Manning enters the Hall of Fame before teasing seven-time Super Bowl winner Brady in his speech
Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians says everyone, including all-star quarterback Tom Brady, will play preseason against the Cincinnati Bengals.
In his first season in Florida, Brady led the Buccaneers to a 31-9 win over Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in the LV Super Bowl in February.
This was the Buccaneers’ second Super Bowl win. For Brady, this was the seventh record.
By countering the tendency to keep starting quarterbacks on the sidelines in preseason to protect himself from injury, Arians showed that Brady doesn’t have that many games.
“We’ll just wait and see how things go,” Arians said. “Usually it’s a trip or two. It won’t be much. “
Five-time league MVP Peyton Manning topped the 2021 class with a group of five former players of the modern era, along with Charles Woodson, Calvin Johnson, Alan Faneka and John Lynch, to enter the NFL Hall of Fame.
Manning, a two-time NFL champion, was the first starting quarterback in NFL history to win the Super Bowl with two different franchises: Indianapolis in 2006 and Denver in its final 2015 season.
Manning’s close friend and longtime rival, Tom Brady, was in attendance and began joking with Manning to joke: “By the time Tom Brady is inaugurated in his first year of eligibility in 2035, he will only have time to post my acceptance speech. on his Instagram account, “referring to Hall’s requested eight minute per person speaking rules this weekend.
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