Marauders quarterback Tom Brady will be taking an interest in his tenth Super Bowl on Sunday
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady will be taking an interest in his tenth Super Bowl on Sunday so he’s certainly used to playing in the major event.
Lavonte David, a star linebacker and one of the Buccaneers’ group skippers, will play in his first, and on Wednesday, he discussed what unfolded after the Bucs brought down the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field in the NFC Championship.
David showed up on the “All Things Covered” digital recording with Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden and discussed what Brady said to an anonymous player who was crying in the storage space after the game.
“When I realized that it was real, when I realized it was like all the other stuff doesn’t really matter unless it’s the Super Bowl was like after we won the NFC Championship,” David said.
“You know me, I was all happy, it was my first. I’m geeked up. Then like I guess somebody was crying. And I guess like, I heard Brady, just like, ‘What the f–k you crying for? We not done yet.'”
David proceeded: “He’s right. You know, I had a little two tears, too. So I wiped my, too We still got work to do.”
In 2020, David had 117 all out handles with 1.5 sacks, 14 handles for a misfortune, six passes shielded, one block attempt, three constrained bobbles, and two bungle recuperations.
The Bucs will require David incredibly on the off chance that they will hinder Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.