If you still don’t believe that Tom Brady left New England Patriots for Tampa Bay Buccaneers, maybe a photo proof will finally convince you. The Bucs recently released promotional photos of Brady that show him in his new gear for the first time.
After spending the previous twenty years with the Pats, Brady decided to embark on a new challenge in the offseason and head to Tampa Bay. He inked a two-year, $50 million contract with the franchise in March.
Now, almost three months later, Brady made the last step in embracing his new franchise and suited up in the Bucs’ red, white, and pewter uniforms. Check out the promo photos below.
Brady also got to keep his No.12, which he rocked for his entire NFL career. This was thanks to wideout Chris Godwin, who gave this number to his new signal-caller and switched to No.14.
NFL fans will get to see Tom Brady in action in his Tampa Bay Buccaneers outfit for the first time on September 13th, when the Bucs visit New Orleans Saints in Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season. A week later, Brady will present himself is Bucs’ uniform to the home fans as well, when Carolina Panthers come to visit.