The Tampa Bay quarterback said he tested positive in February and believes the disease will be an even bigger challenge this year.
The quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom brady, not only did he have a scare last year when your parents tested positive for COVID-19, but also he was diagnosed with the disease in February.
In an interview with the Tampa Bay Times, Brady revealed that tested positive for coronavirus in February, little after the super bowl parade in boat of the Bucs.
Brady He also said that he believes the coronavirus will be an even bigger challenge this year, despite Bucs now they have an index of 100 percent vaccination, becoming just the second team in the NFL to reach that percentage, behind the Atlanta Falcons.
“In fact I think it’s going to be a bigger factor this year than last, because of the way we’re doing it now., for how the stadium will look, what the trip will be like, the people in the facilities and the fans, “he said. Brady. “It’s not like last year, although they are testing us like last year.
“I definitely think the guys are going to come out at different points and we’ll have to deal with that.”