Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback and 7-time Big Bowl winner Tom Brady will delight in minor surgery on his knee, “a desirable up,” the Tampa Bay Cases reported Thursday.
#GoBucs QB Tom Brady will delight in a minor surgery on his knee, one who coach Bruce Arians described as “a desirable up.”
— Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD) February 11, 2021
Brady, 43, became named Big Bowl MVP for the fifth time on Sunday as the Buccaneers throttled the defending champion Chiefs, 31-9, at Raymond James Stadium.
Brady threw for 201 yards and three touchdowns. He did not seem bothered by any knee teach at some level of Big Bowl LV.
Brady wore a brace on his left knee Wednesday at some level of the Buccaneers’ Big Bowl boat parade Wednesday. However wearing the brace is not irregular for the 43-365 days-extinct Brady, who moreover wears it when golfing and at some level of totally different leisure actions.
His counterpart in Big Bowl LV, Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes had successful surgery for a turf toe downside on Wednesday.