The Buccaneers coach praised the historic quarterback after seeing him sport his pass on the first day of practice.
Bruce arians consider that Tom brady has already answered the question whether he can still throw a deep and effective ball, on his first day of practice with Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The six-time Super Bowl winner, who was questioned about his arm strength at age 43, threw a long touchdown pass to Scotty Miller in the first action of Monday’s session.
The Florida team strategist also commented that this trend continued during opening training so he is fully confident in getting the best out of the experienced quarterback.
“He answered that question on the first day,” Arians said, according to ESPN, of his player’s ability to pitch with power. “Our job is to make sure he maintains that strength and not overwork, because he is an overworker,” he praised him.
In the same vein, the Bucs coach highlighted the experience of the first day of work. “It was everything he expected (practice). He’s still learning from some guys. He was a little hesitant on a pitch with a young catcher, but they put him (on the ball) in his hands. He’s throwing the right player all the time.” , he analyzed.
“7v7 is what he’s supposed to look like. In blitzkrieg, he’s seeing how we protect him. He’s doing a really good job with his views. He’s right where he needs to be. I’m not worried about him, “Arians completed on his top star on the Tampa roster.
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