Bucs’ Tom Brady said his throwing arm ‘feels great’ before playing the Packers
Bucs’ Tom Brady said his throwing arm ‘feels great’ before playing the Packers

Bucs’ Tom Brady said his throwing arm ‘feels great’ before playing the Packers

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Tom Brady suffered a minor injury to his ring finger from a throwing last week beat the New Orleans Saints, But on Thursday, he told reporters that it “feels good” going into Sunday’s highly anticipated game against the Green Bay Packers.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback was seen shaking hands repeatedly during Thursday’s practice session after suffering a sore finger during an upset against the Saints. NFL Network reported.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady runs against the New Orleans Saints during the first half in New Orleans on Sept. 18, 2022.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady runs against the New Orleans Saints during the first half in New Orleans on Sept. 18, 2022.
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Brady said earlier in the week “Let’s go!” podcast, but attributed it to “the bumps and bruises that come with the game.”

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“I hit it well, but it didn’t affect the game at all,” he said on the podcast.

Looking ahead to a tough matchup against the Packers and quarterback Aaron Rodgers, which will undoubtedly have its ups and downs, Brady told reporters Thursday that he “can always be better” when it comes down to it. provoke his feelings.

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“I can always obviously be better as a quarterback, yeah, don’t let my emotions get the better of me. Sometimes they do. It’s an emotional sport. We can do it,” he said.

“And you’re right, I think there’s a disappointed part of all of us when you get a little older, and you expect something special, and it doesn’t go exactly the way you want it to. But that’s it, that’s the way it is, And I have to do a good job as a leader to be the best no matter how I feel in a particular situation.”

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A heated showdown between the Saints and Bucs last week left Tampa Bay without one Brady’s favorite targetsMike Evans, who is serving a one-game suspension after the league decided to uphold his previous conviction earlier this week.

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