It’s a very busy week for Tom Brady Y Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While they have to focus on their next opponent from NFL Playoffs 2022, Los Angeles Rams, they also have one of their most important trainers doing interviews for other franchises.
That’s right, coaches, coordinators and others can meet with teams during the postseason, something a bit anti-climatic, but it speeds up the processes. In this case, the Bucs’ offensive coordinator, Byron Leftwich, which already has several offers.
This coordinator led together with Bruce Aries to the best offense of the Playoffs past, when they won the superbowl, and this season, he helped Brady lead the league for the first time in his career in yards, touchdown passes and completions.
I’m dying over this…
Tom Brady tells Byron Leftwich, who asks him what he wants to run, “I don’t care. Whatever you want. Let’s go. You’re hot, baby. You’re hot AF. Do you feel it? I’m gonna hit that sh—“
— JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN)
January 12, 2021
Byron Leftwich in the crosshairs of the Lawrence Jaguars
Now Leftwich, a former QB who was the seventh pick in the first round of jacksonville jaguars in 2003, he could return to those in Florida to help develop Trevor Lawrence and the offensive. Fans want him back after working with the great Bruce Arians on the Bucs, but he has competition.
Although he has already interviewed with the Jags, according to Ian Rapoport of NFLNetwork, later this week, the coach will also meet with Chicago Bears for his vacant HC position. The only sure thing, however, is that Brady will be left without a big piece for the NFL 2022.