Just days after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis opened up the state to all sports, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady rounded up some of his teammates and hit the practice field at a local high school on Tuesday.
Brady and several of his teammates showed up to Berkeley Preparatory School on Tuesday morning, per The Tampa Bay Times, and got in a two-hour throwing session.
Brady was joined by backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert and Ryan Griffin as the three quarterbacks took snaps from center Ryan Jensen. Once the quarterback and center got acclimated with the shotgun snaps, Brady threw some bullets to teammates Mike Evans, O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate.
According to the report, Brady organized each of the drills and worked with his teammates on specific routes. While working on the artificial turf field, Brady had Evans, Brate, Howard, wide receiver Scotty Miller and running back Dare Ogunbowale, taking part in situational drills.
The private workout session included practicing red-zone situations, down-and-distance drills and a variety of other game sequences.
While NFL facilities are starting to open back up in certain states, players aren’t allowed to be at the facility unless they are rehabilitating an injury or seeking treatment. Credit to Brady for bringing all his teammates together and finding a great way to work on their timing and chemistry early, getting an early edge over other teams.