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2 minutes ago, Valpo2004 said:

Didn't know Tom Brady accidentally walked into the wrong house.  That's kind of funny.

 

 

It was a big story shortly after he joined the Bucs. Several people made the joke thats why the old man moved to Florida.

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1 hour ago, Valpo2004 said:

Didn't know Tom Brady accidentally walked into the wrong house.  That's kind of funny.

 

 

You know you are rich when you own a house that Tom Brady mistakes for his own.  Lol 

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8 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

It was a big story shortly after he joined the Bucs. Several people made the joke thats why the old man moved to Florida.

 

8 minutes ago, HectorRoberts said:

Yeah Tom Brady is fully embracing his new life as a “Florida man”

peyton manning yes GIF by Gatorade

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That's hilarious! I forgot all about this until this post. Were the bucs ever penalized for this? Wasn't this part of the off-season when coaches and players were not allowed to be in contact? 

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2 hours ago, coltsfanej said:

That's hilarious! I forgot all about this until this post. Were the bucs ever penalized for this? Wasn't this part of the off-season when coaches and players were not allowed to be in contact? 

they were never punished, the league did look at it and let it slide 

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Peyton's resume = 5 League MVP's - world record, 1 SB MVP, 2 SB wins with 2 different teams/2 different coaches, over 70,000 yards passing for his career, has the record in 1 season with 55 TD's passes.

 

I put the 3rd one in bold because I know deep down he wants to be the only one that has accomplished that. I don't think the Bucs will win it all but they will come close, like NFC Title Game IMO. Brady is that great.

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On 10/28/2020 at 4:07 PM, Coltsman1788 said:

You know you are rich when you own a house that Tom Brady mistakes for his own.  Lol 

 

I looked into it, apparently the dude actually is neighbors with Brady's offensive coordinator and Brady was going there to meet him.  

 

Regardless the guy looked pretty well off.  

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