Tampa Bay Mayor Jane Castor said the new quarterback of the Buccaneers was seen training in a park and was invited by a member of the parks and recreation staff.
City parks are temporarily closed to stop the spread of COVID-19.
“But you know our parks are closed and therefore a lot of our park staff, they just patrol to make sure people are not playing contact sports and stuff and have seen someone train in one of our downtown parks. And she went to tell him that it was closed and that it was Tom brady“Beaver said via Facebook live in a joint COVID-19 update with Saint Petersburg mayor Kriseman on Monday.
sorry @TomBrady! Our @tampaparksrec the team looks forward to welcoming you and our whole community with an even bigger smile – until then, stay safe and stay at home as much as you can to help smooth the curve. https://t.co/qRhReqqdK0
– City of Tampa (@CityofTampa) April 21, 2020
“Sorry @TomBrady! Our team @tampaparksrec looks forward to welcoming you and our entire community with an even bigger smile – until then, stay safe and stay at home as much as you can to help smooth the curve, “said The city of Tampa’s official account tweeted on Monday.
Last month, Brady agreed to a two-year deal to join the Buccaneers and end his 20-year tenure with the New England Patriots.
He has won six Super Bowls, three MVP Awards and is a 14-time Pro Bowler.