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Tom Brady’s Reason for Disappearance from Tampa Bay Buccaneers Reportedly Revealed

Published on August 23rd, 2022 | Updated on August 23rd, 2022 | By FanFest

Tom Brady is back with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after being away from the team for 11 days. There has been a lot of speculation about why he took a break, but it looks like we now know the answer. According to Aaron Wilson of Pro Football Network, the Buccaneers quarterback went on a trip to the Bahamas with his family. They stayed at an exclusive resort, and he got to spend more time with his wife Gisele Bündchen. He took some time off for personal reasons, not because of a medical emergency or any other speculation.

Tom Brady's Reason for Disappearance from Tampa Bay Buccaneers Reportedly Revealed

There were reports that Brady was getting a divorce from his wife when he took a hiatus. Life & Style reported that the two were splitting because of Brady continuing to play football. However, Pro Football Network’s report debunks these speculations and states that the hiatus was planned and approved before the Buccaneers began training camp.

Brady’s return to the NFL and the reported reason for his hiatus come as UFC president Dana White shared some interesting news about the seven-time Super Bowl champion. White said that Brady and Gronkowski were planning to play for the Las Vegas Raiders in 2020. But then-head coach Jon Gruden decided not to go with Brady and stick with Derek Carr at quarterback.

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“It was almost a done deal, and at the last minute, Gruden blew the deal up and said that he didn’t want him, and all hell broke loose,” White said on ESPN. ‘It was crazy. Brady was already looking at houses. It wasn’t being said yet that Gronk was coming. So Las Vegas would have had Brady and Gronk the year that the Bucs won the Super Bowl, except Gruden blew the deal up.”

Brady played with the New England Patriots for 20 seasons. Gronkowski, who retired after the 2018 season, joined Brady and they helped the team win the Super Bowl. In February, Brady announced his retirement but then decided to return to the NFL in March. He is a free agent at the end of the 2022 season. Gronkowski announced his retirement for the second time in June.

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