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Sport Bruce Arians not afraid to cuss out Tom Brady

07:40  14 august  2020
07:40  14 august  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

Happy 43rd birthday, Tom Brady

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In his introductory press conference on Tuesday, Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady said that he thinks head coach Bruce Arians ’ offense is great for He said on Wednesday that “the perception is just wrong” and that Brady was “outstanding” in that area. According to ESPN, Brady completed 43

In his introductory press conference on Tuesday, Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady said that he thinks head coach Bruce Arians ’ offense is great for quarterbacks and said he’ll be “throwing the ball to the guy who’s open” when asked about Arians -led offenses throwing a lot of deep balls.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may have been willing to do nearly anything to get Tom Brady under contract this year, but Brady is getting no such special treatment from Bruce Arians.

a baseball player holding a bat on a field: The Bucs may have been willing to do nearly anything to get Tom Brady under contract this year, but Brady is getting no such special treatment from Bruce Arians. © Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports The Bucs may have been willing to do nearly anything to get Tom Brady under contract this year, but Brady is getting no such special treatment from Bruce Arians.

Arians says that Brady is being treated like every other player, which means he gets cussed out the same as anyone else.

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It’s no secret that Bruce Arians loves to see his offense throw deep. On a related note, many have pontificated that Tom Brady — not exactly known for his big arm — might be a bad fit for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Speaking about his new quarterback, Arians disputed that notion emphatically and

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“He gets cussed out like everybody else,” Arians said Thursday. “He did a little bit yesterday because he likes to throw the ball in walk-throughs and we don’t throw the ball in walk-throughs. But not very bad.”

Arians made the same comment last week, saying Brady would get cussed out like anyone else. The veteran quarterback probably appreciates that.

Even though he is a future Hall of Famer, Brady is used to being held to a high standard. Bill Belichick made it a point to show he wasn’t giving Brady superstar treatment in New England.

Ensuring that everyone is treated fairly helps establish a high level of accountability within an organization. That is the environment Arians is trying to create as he enters his second season with the Bucs. Tampa Bay went 7-9 last season and has higher expectations in 2020.

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