Report: Teams ‘anticipating some stern discipline’ over Tom Brady interacting with Bucs coaches

By Jesse Reed
Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports

It was all fun and games until Tom Brady got caught entering the wrong Tampa home, and now the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could be in trouble.

TMZ first reported that Brady accidentally entered the wrong home earlier this week when he was trying to get to Bucs offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich’s home. As noted by Pro Football Talk afterward, Brady never should have been trying to get to Leftwich’s house to begin with, though, because of the NFL’s current COVID-19-related restrictions.

To that point, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports noted that “NFL teams are miffed” about Brady interacting with the Bucs coaches and expect “some stern discipline” over this as the NFL looks into the issue.

It’s worth pointing out that Brady was also caught working out at a closed park this week. So he hasn’t exactly been flying under the radar.

Since Brady’s unfortunate mishaps, he’s done nothing but stay chill on social media, distracting everyone with funny memes while talking up his upcoming charity golf match with Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning.

But the reality of the situation is that the Buccaneers could soon be on the phone with Roger Goodell, who could hand down some hefty disciplinary measures.