TAMPA, FLORIDA - JULY 27: Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers gestures to fans during Buccaneers Training Camp at AdventHealth Training Center on July 27, 2022 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady will be out of camp the next 10 days to deal with non football related issues.

Bucs head coach Todd Bowles made the announcement earlier today.  Brady will be out until after the Buccaneers’ second preseason game which will be played Aug. 20 against the Tennessee Titans. Bowles said that this was decided before training camp. That will  allow Brady to address a personal matter.

Brady had already missed two practices over the last couple of weeks.  Tampa Bay will open up their preseason schedule this Saturday night at Raymond James Stadium against the Miami Dolphins.  The two teams have been holding joint practice sessions all week.  You can catch that game right here on ESPN-SWFL.  Listen on 98.1FM, 104.3FM and 770AM.

Even though Brady will be out for 10 days, that doesn’t mean he’ll miss 10 days of practice.

The team had already planned to keep him on the bench for that, so he won’t be missing anything there.

Tom Brady will probably be back with team at practice two days after the Titans game on Aug. 22.  Then followed by the preseason finale against the Indianapolis Colts. Following that, a full week before Week 1 preparation.  Brady would have three full weeks to prepare for their season opener on Sunday night September 11th against the Dallas Cowboy on the road.

Blaine Gabbert, Kyle Trask and Ryan Griffin are expected to see lots of time at quarterback over the next couple of pre-season games.

Tom Brady out non related football issues



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