"I remember being one of those guys looking around saying "that's a lot of our leadership gone" and next thing you know I'm one of the leaders on the team". "I thought his deep ball was outstanding a year ago", Arians said of Brady, per ESPN. "I'm not looking for a "checkdown Charlie" quarterback". I mean, we were No. 1 against the league race a year ago, and a lot of that was because of him and Vita (See).
When asked about the transition to a new kind of offense under coach Arians, Brady replied, "Everybody has different styles and philosophies and how they call things".
"I think the perception is just wrong", Arians said on Wednesday. "He's a great young man and no one is going to outwork him".
"Without Tom Brady in New England, I think we are right at the forefront", Kelly said.
Check out the interview above as Arians tells Rich that he's talked on the phone to two teams who were inquiring about Jameis. "When you get older, They forget about you".
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"And then I've gotten to know him off the field as well".
The allure of working with Evans and Godwin, and the other offensive talent in Tampa Bay certainly was a factor in Brady leaving New England. Hoyer spent the 2019 season with the Indianapolis Colts.
"Sometimes you've got to be careful of what you wish for. Yeah. But physically, it becomes a different game when you've got to hang on, because you're going to get hit".
Brady's 43% completion rate in 2019 on passes of 20 or more air yards was his third-highest since it has been tracked and the seventh-highest in the league, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
Brady said he is counting on his experience to help him transition to a new way of playing at a franchise run by the Glazer family, who also own Manchester United.