Tom Brady was upset with his Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammates during the team’s training camp on Sunday. He threw a tantrum, smashed his helmet onto the ground, and sent the ball flying forty yards into an adjacent field.
It is understood that Brady was unhappy with the team’s two-minute drill when it ended with a sack and a few incompletions.
“Got to make [expletive] plays when you’re tired, fellas,” he said.
Bucs coach Bruce Arians, on the other hand, was happy with the improvement his squad had achieved. He, however, wanted the players to be smarter.
“Really pleased with the effort,” Arians told the team’s website. “We’re working extremely hard, two days in a row, fast, but I’m not seeing the smart. We’ve got to be a much smarter football team. After looking at yesterday’s practice, [we had] way too many mental errors. Same thing today [with] guys getting lined up, especially those young wide receivers, and it’s time for them to grow up.”
Arians said he was not surprised by the way Brady behaved towards his teammates during the training.
“Yeah, guys got to make plays,” he said. “They’re in critical situation, you can’t fall down. [Brady] gives you a chance to win the game, you’ve got to go win the game. I don’t care how tired you are.”
The Buccaneers are looking forward to being the first team to win consecutive Super Bowls since the New England Patriots did it in 2003 and 2004.