Tom Brady announced his decision to leave the New England Patriots three months ago, but imagining him in another uniform than the one he wore for the last two decades is still weird. What makes it even more weird is actually seeing photos of the greatest quarterback to ever play the game wearing the colors of his new team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Now, you can do it: the Buccaneers revealed the first photos of Brady wearing their jersey on Tuesday.
(Continue at your own risk)
You have been warned. Here they are:
*NOT* a jersey swap— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) June 16, 2020
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First look at @TomBrady in the new Bucs uniforms. (via @Buccaneers) pic.twitter.com/iSteYmlOSG— NFL (@NFL) June 16, 2020
The future Hall of Famer getting to keep his old No. 12 jersey, which was previously worn by wide receiver Chris Godwin in Tampa, is the only normal thing about those photos. Everything else just seems off, even him wearing red — a color he wore regularly in New England when the team switched to its throwbacks. Now, Brady wearing any Patriots jersey can be considered a throwback.