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What Tom Brady’s Coming Out Retirement Means For Falcons,NFL

What Tom Brady’s Coming Out Out Retirement Means For Falcons,NFL

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Seven-time Super Bowl champion,Tom Brady  announced on social media Sunday evening that he’ll return for a 23rd NFL season and his third with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Brady’s return, just six weeks after announcing he would retire, makes the Buccaneers a clear favorite to win the NFC South division, which was previously perceived as wide open. Brady retired, Sean Payton stepped down as head coach — the Saints don’t have an established quarterback — and the Panthers have struggled recent.

The Bucs have several top skill players and, while their defense is older, they can still compete at a high level. Getting Brady back, however, completely changes their outlook. The Bucs should be division and conference title contenders yet again, with Brady going for another Super Bowl title.

That certainly makes the Falcons meetings with Tampa Bay harder than they were perceived even a day ago. The division may go through a further makeover, with the Saints yet to make a quarterback move and the Carolina Panthers reportedly interested in trading for Deshaun Watson.

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The Tom Brady effect at its best

After the announcement of the return of Tom Brady for his 23rd season with the Buccaneers, Tampa Bay managed to convince whoever snaps the legendary quarterback.

Center Ryan Jensen agreed to a three-year, $39 million deal with the Bucs on Sunday, so he won’t enter the NFL’s imminent opening of free agency.

Cristiano Ronaldo responsible for inspiring the “Tom Brady unretires” saga?

CR7, like Brady are still at the top of their own sport despite being both great veterans, the Lusitanian is 37 years old, while the Californian has 44 laps in the sun.

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It is likely that seeing a CR7 hat-trick coupled with that question and some subsequent conversation may have inspired Brady to return or perhaps it is a conversation already taken before.

Complete article HERE.

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The tragic story of the man who acquired the ball from Tom Brady’s last fake touchdown pass

A man bought the ball from quarterback Tom Brady’s touchdown pass to Mike Evans in an NFC Divisional Round game last January in a $518,000 sale.

The ball was supposed to be the one used for TB12’s last touchdown pass, but after the announcement of his return after 40 days in retirement, the acquisition is no longer as valuable.

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The Carolina Panthers take with humor the return of TB12

With this humorous tweet, the Carolina Panthers reacted to the return of Tom Brady with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, it must be remembered that the Panthers and Bucs share the South division of the NFC.

Twitter reacts by trolling Aaron Rodgers

Following Tom Brady’s announcement of his return to the NFL after being retired for just 40 days, Twitter started to troll Aaron Rodgers, who just signed a four-year extension worth $200 million with the Green Bay Packers, including $153 million in guaranteed money.

Many fans of the league believed Brady’s retirement would lead to Rodgers having a much easier path to a Super Bowl than ever before in his 17-year career. Now, he’ll have to get past Brady to even have a shot at reaching the championship game.

Complete article HERE.

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Jalen Ramsey happy for the return of Tom Brady

In the NFL Divisional Round game in which the Los Angeles Rams eliminated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass to Mike Evans, who was covered by

Jalen Ramsey

, after the return of TB12 that will not be his last touchdown pass, which makes the defending champions’ star cornerback happy.

List of pro athletes who came out of retirement

The 44-year-old quarterback is not the first professional athlete to come out of retirement, but this is likely the most famous return to a sport since Michael Jordan left baseball to win three more NBA titles with the Chicago Bulls. Take a look at this list of some iconic “unretirements” in the world of sports.

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Complete list HERE.

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Buccaneers official statement

Both Bucs General Manager Jason Licht and Head Coach Bruce Arians released statements regarding Tom Brady’s return for his 23rd season via the team’s official Twitter account.

Are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the favorites for Super Bowl LVII?

Prior to the announcement of Brady’s return, the Buccaneers were the eighth highest favorite to win the Super Bowl with a +2000 momio, following the news, Tampa Bay is now the third highest favorite with a +750 momio, this according to SI Sportsbook.

The only two teams currently more favored than Tom Brady’s team are the Buffalo Bills (+700) and the Kansas City Chiefs (+650).

Read the full article HERE

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Madness in Tampa Bay on Spring Break

The city of Tampa Bay went crazy with the announcement of the return of Tom Brady to play his 23rd season in the NFL and his third with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, being in the middle of the Spring Break season, immediately people are celebrating .

What’s the meaning of “LFG”?

It is worth noting that his last word in the Tweet of Tom Brady’s return is the acronym LFG, which is used in gamers’ internet terminology to mean “Looking For Group”, which seeks to assemble a multiplayer group for an online video game event.

However, in this case it is much more likely that Brady is referring to other options such as “let’s fucking go” or “let’s freaking go.”

It’s important to remember that the phrase “let’s go” is one that Brady is known for when speaking and motivating his teammates on the sidelines, to the extent that the podcast week in which he appears with host Jim Gray and Larry Fitzgerald.

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Brady played 20 seasons with the New England Patriots and the last two with the Buccaneers, with whom he won Super Bowl LV in February 2021.

Gisele Bündchen supports Brady in his decision

Tom Brady’s wife, Brazilian Gisele Bündchen responded to the post of Brady’s return to the NFL on Instagram with a simple message: “Here we go again! Let’s go lovvvey! Let’s go Bucs!”

Mike Evans’ reaction

Tom Brady’s announcement has motivated his teammates on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. One of the first to show his motivation for the quarterback’s return was Mike Evans.

Tampa is already waiting for Brady

The Buccaneers’ official account posted a photo of legendary quarterback Tom Brady after his return to the NFL was confirmed.

Did his talk with Cristiano Ronaldo inspire his return?

Tom Brady visited Old Trafford Stadium to witness Manchester United’s 3-2 win over Tottenham, coinciding at the end of the match with the star of the match, Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored all three winning goals for his team.

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Cristiano shared on his social networks a photo with The GOAT and said they exchanged ideas and thoughts. Was that the reason for his return?

“Total excitement,” says Bruce Arians

Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians showed his excitement after Tom Brady came out of retirement.

“Total excitement,” Arians said, according to information from ESPN’s Ian Rapoport.

Tom Brady’s tweet about his return to the Bucs

The seven-time Super Bowl champion announced his decision on Twitter and Instagram, saying he has “unfinished business.”

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“These past two months I’ve realized my place is still on the field and not in the stands,” Brady wrote. “That time will come. But it’s not now. I love my teammates, and I love my supportive family. They make it all possible. I’m coming back for my 23rd season in Tampa.”

Credit:CN<Marca,AP,Atlanta Falcons

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