Retrieved 28 April 2020, 23:52 IST
Tom Brady avoided any kind of criminal charges and no fines from the NFL for his Bengal tour last week at the home of the offensive coordinator of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
To pick up the Buccaneers playbook, Brady went to Brandy’s Byron Leftwich home and began an investigation and determined that the new Books Quarterback did not violate any offshore work rules.
According to the league’s collective bargaining agreement, players and coaches are not allowed to discuss playbooks before the start of the offseason program.
“We investigated and determined that there were no violations. It was a brief private tour and Tom picked up the playbook,” the NFL said in a statement.
Brady’s tour last week must have flown under the radar if the six-time Super Bowl champion had mistakenly left the house next door on the left thinking that it was his attacking coordinator.
The accidental blaming happened after Brady was kicked out of a public park, which was closed as part of a Florida state shelter order amid a coronavirus epidemic.