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FOXBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS - JANUARY 04: Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots looks on during the the AFC Wild Card Playoff game against the Tennessee Titans at Gillette Stadium on January 04, 2020 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

By Ty Anderson,

After a day of reports linking him to Tampa Bay, career-long Patriot and current free agent quarterback Tom Brady is indeed going to be a Buccaneer, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington. The report comes without word of any official announcement or date set up for Brady and the Bucs, but that it will indeed happen “barring anything unforeseen.”

The unofficially official confirmation of Brady’s move to Tampa comes just hours after Colin Cowherd reported that a source close to Brady had told him that Brady made his decision and that it was Tampa Bay, and on the same day Brady informed the Patriots that he was leaving Foxborough after 20 seasons with the franchise.

The 42-year-old Brady, who is at or near the top of every record for NFL quarterbacks, is coming off a 2019 season that featured 4,057 passing yards and 24 touchdowns on an obviously-limited Patriot offense. It also means that Brady will leave the Patriots with some straight-up ridiculous career numbers, headlined by six Super Bowl championships, a 219-64 record as a starter, 541 regular-season touchdown passes, and an NFL-record 30 postseason wins.

In Tampa. Brady will be tasked with ending a postseason drought that dates all the way back to 2007, and with the Bucs coming off a 7-9 campaign last season, “good” for their eighth losing season in the last nine years.

Ty Anderson is a writer and columnist for Any opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of 98.5 The Sports Hub, Beasley Media Group, or any subsidiaries. Yell at him on Twitter: @_TyAnderson.