Books Brady joked about the park incident after the Tampa mayor apologized


Retrieved 27 April 2020, 05:12 IST

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady

Tom Brady joked about coming out of a Tampa Park in the midst of a carnivirus epidemic, apologizing to Mayor Jane Castor.

Brady replaced the New England Patriots through the NFL Free Agency for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and eventually reunited with Rob Gronkowski after retiring to play in Florida.

Six-time Super Bowl champion Brady was affectionate before being kicked out of a public park on Monday – a light-hearted apology from Castor in a letter from Star Quarterback and Gronkowski.

Brady – a three-time NFL MVP and a 14-time pro bowler – covered the incident in a video posted by Buchananers on Twitter on Sunday.

“I am very happy to be in Tampa Bay and I want to say, thank you for welcoming me and my family into your community with open arms – kicking out of the park the next day,” the 42-year-old said.

“I’m excited to be booked. We have an incredible season ahead of us. I can’t wait until we can get together as a team, start our practice and work hard to improve.

“There is a lot of work to be done now and at the start of the season.

“But I’m looking forward to seeing you with Raymond James [Stadium] In a few months I can promise you. So keep everyone safe and come books!

On Saturday, Castor wrote: “Tom, I apologize for the misconception when you arrive – this is not the first impression, but in my law enforcement background I couldn’t help but have someone investigate the wild running scene in one of our beautiful city parks. No harm – no heinous, and thanks for having a good game. “