Tom Brady to be well after his surgery, targets to return for the June minicamp

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After more than a month of nerve-ending injury, followed by surgery, Tom Brady has stated that he feels better now. As everyone can sigh a breath of relief, Brady has been going strong than ever. 

According to ESPN’s Jenna Laine, Tom Brady himself opened up about his thoughts regarding the offseason’s surgery. Furthermore, he also stated his plans to make it to the mandatory June minicamp. 

“It’s rehab. None of that is fun, but looking forward to getting back to real training and stuff, which is hopefully here pretty soon. I’m cool with it. It’s just part of what you deal with. Things come up. You deal with them the best way you can, with the best opportunity to improve. I’m definitely feeling a lot better than I did six or seven weeks ago.”
-Tom Brady 

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Brief glance at the earlier days 

Even with his harsh age, Tom Brady led his team to the Super Bowl LV victory and met everyone’s imagination for his performance. However, no one had expected anything about his injury back then. 

It was later known through NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero that Brady was playing with discomfort in his knees. Still, Brady had led his team with a record of 11-5 and four playoff victories. 

Indeed, his coach Bruce Arians had no hesitation in giving him a break he wanted. In fact, it was the coach himself that suggested him some time out for practices. 

“You’ve got to be super involved as a coach, but with (Brady), it’s not about Xs and Os. It’s making sure he’s comfortable and feels good about the game plan and workweek.”
Coach, Bruce Arians 

Earlier this month, Brady was initially sidelined for his left knee surgery. However, it was only titled as a simple “clean-up.” Later, Boston Globe’s Ben Volin released information from a source that Brady’s surgery was more complex than their labeled “clean up.”

Additionally, he caught up to the fact that Brady was on the injured list for four months. Of course, any surgery and rehabilitation that long might not be just “minor.”

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What’s going on now?

Due to his injury, Tom Brady is certainly missing out the whole portion of the spring this offseason. Although it was something that he often missed during his time in New England, fans can’t help but worry about their idol. 

Anyways, his surgery was scheduled for months before it actually happened. But now, he has improved pretty well in his rehabilitation, that he is even looking forward to the June minicamp. 

Moreover, it is no surprise that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren’t that concerned about Tom. As we all know, he takes his challenges in focus only to make it another stepping stone for success. 

 “I know things are going well. I don’t want to put an exact timeline on it right now because I don’t want to set expectations one way or the other, but I know that things are going very well.”
-Bucs general manager Jason Licht

Brady and his TB 12 Method
Brady and his TB 12 Method (Source: Instagram)

Altogether, he is someone that everyone looks up to. Remember the recent time when Erin Andrews was ready to kick everyone’s ass, including her husband, just for Tom Brady?

No doubt that Tom’s greatness is legendary. In the meantime, they also equaled him to Michael Jordan from the NBA. Thousands of stories about him surface on the Internet, and it’s no surprise at all. 

Everyone will always see Tom Brady for his accomplishments and the competitive nature he has had all over the years.

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Rajani Gurung
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