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Tom Brady and some of his teammates took the field for a two-hour workout

by Adam Koffler | Buccaneers Correspondent | Tue, May 19th 11:49am EDT

Buccaneers QB Tom Brady reportedly organized a two-hour throwing session on Tuesday morning at Tampa’s Berkeley Prep. (Rick Stroud on Twitter)

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This was the first time Brady has ever been seen in an NFL helmet that was not the New England Patriots. According to Rick Stroud, “his arm looked live and he took advantage of the large collection of pass catchers to also get in some work on deep routes.” Brady was joined by WRs Mike Evans and Scotty Miller, TEs Cameron Brate and O.J. Howard, RB Dare Ogunbowale, and QBs Blaine Gabbert and Ryan Griffin. He would guide his teammates through their routes and provide feedback in real-time. Given the current situation surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, Brady had to get creative on how to work out and get familiar with his teammates during the off-season. Berkeley Prep has been closed to students and faculty during this time, but they kindly decided to remain open for the new QB and his offensive unit.

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