NFL quarterback Tom Brady’s relationship with Tampa’s new hometown is back on track after city mayor cheerfully apologized to six-time Super Bowl winner for incident who saw him ejected from a local park that was closed due to coronavirus precautions.
Brady, who signed a two-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after a two-decade tenure with the New England Patriots, was spotted working in the park by a recreation worker and was asked to leave, Mayor Jane Castor confirmed this week. .
“Tom, my apologies for the poor communication when you arrived – not the best first impression,” Beaver wrote in a statement on Twitter on Saturday.
“But given my background in law enforcement, I couldn’t help but ask someone to investigate the sighting of a G.O.A.T. run wild in one of our beautiful city parks.
“No harm – no mistakes, and thanks for being a good sport. “
“Intrusion into the parks, breaking and entering … I’m just doing it at home …! Brady tweeted Thursday after TMZ reported another blushing incident that saw him accidentally wandering around the house of a stranger he had mistaken for that of Buccaneers offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich.
The 42-year-old blockbuster’s arrival in Tampa, along with new teammate Rob Gronkowski, has been somewhat toned down by stopping the coronavirus, as it aims to become only the second quarterback to win a Super Bowl title with two different teams.
Brady said on a call last month that he plans to get to know his new head coach and teammates from a distance as much as possible, with the NFL season set to start on September 10 as scheduled.