Tom Brady officially signs with Buccaneers for a reported 2 year deal | CBS Sports HQ

The moment the entire football world has waited for has arrived. After months of speculation surrounding the future of Tom Brady, the six-time Super Bowl winner decided one day after legal tampering began to say goodbye to the only NFL team he’s ever known in the New England Patriots. While it took him an exceedingly prolonged amount of time to announce that decision, his follow-up punch was less of a wait, as the Buccaneers have announced Brady’s contract is signed.

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