This off-season period has led to one of the most amazing changes in recent decades. After spending 20 years with the New England Patriots, quarterback Tom Brady signed a two-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
It has clearly sent shock waves through the sports world. One of the greatest players of all time, from one of the greatest dynasties of all time.
One of those who felt the lack of movement? Former NFL head coach, Tony Dungi.
Dangi was head coach of the Buccaneers for several seasons in the late 1990s and early 2000s and now lives in the area. Dangi talked about the impact of this move, not only on the company, but also on his family.
It’s really crazy, “The former Buccaneers coach told NBC Sports on Friday in a live lunchtime interview, according to Boston.com’s Conor Roche. Come to me now, “Daddy, we have to go online, there’s a Tom Brady T-shirt for $199! We wouldn’t even talk about it. But they’re so excited and excited. Suddenly people have appeared here who have had nothing to do with the disease [much to do with the disease] in the past ten years.
It’ll be a small change for me if I start cheering for Tom now.
This quote from Dunga says it all. Someone who’s been in football as long as he’s seen this great influence. Oh, and don’t forget Dangie was training for the Indianapolis Colts. He was an old rival to Tom Brady and the Patriots. Yet he still sees the size and influence.
It’s also an easy way to say that Brady still has the same crazy look, even now that he’s with the Pirates. People still expect a 42-year-old girl to do a show every season. Although the numbers have decreased slightly, it is certainly not yet disappointed.
That’s how the Buccaneers got their quarterback, and according to Dunga, it looks like the fans are excited.