Watch: Tampa Bay Releases Hype Video After Officially Signing Tom Brady

Tom Brady put an end to an era. He is ready for a big change. Brady left the New England Patriots and head coach Bill Belichick after 20 years. TB12 helped the team win six Super Bowls and make a few other appearances. But, Brady wanted more. Leaving a team at 42 is a luxury players can’t afford. This doesn’t apply to Brady. He will turn 43 in August, he had the courage to move on from the Pats. We don’t have much information about the reasons Brady had to go this far. Some say it has something to do with the family. Others believe that Brady wanted more money for his role. Well, we won’t even touch that topic. Brady is a Buccaneer now, and that’s the only thing that matters. Tampa released a hype video to honor Brady. This is a nice way to start things up, right?

Tampa is ready for Brady

The Buccaneers weren’t really considered a favorite to sign Brady. However, they turned out into a landing spot. Brady wanted to leave the Patriots, and he really liked Tampa’s offer. There were a few obstacles in the process, but both sides reached an agreement. Brady agreed to become a Buccaneer Friday morning.

The quarterback took to his Instagram account to share the big news. The finalization of the two-year contract was definitely something to brag about. Brady agreed to sign a deal that would give him $50 million. That’s not all. He will also get some extra cash in those years.

The franchise released a hype video from Brady’s best moments.

Well, Brady won’t play against his former team in 2020. However, the Buccaneers will arrive in Foxboro in 2021. That will be an interesting game to watch. Can you imagine Brady confront Belichick? This will have to happen at some point.

Nobody thought that Brady would finish his career as a Buccaneer. Well, we aren’t really sure that these two-years are the final years of his contract. Brady wanted to play until he is 45. Is there any chance for him to return to the Patriots? Let’s see what happens in the next few years.