The star of the american football Tom Brady and a dozen of his teammates for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have made Tuesday a training session collective, in contravention of the instructions of the players union, while two other players of the team have tested positive for the coronavirus.
The rear quarter, winner of six Super Bowls with the New England Patriots, which he left in march to join the ” Bucs “, conducted a morning session of two hours with his new team-mates on the grounds of a school, reported the Tampa Bay Times.
Alongside Brady, who will turn 43 years old on 3 August, was including his former teammate with the Patriots and another rookie major, receiver, Rob Gronkowski.
An initiative that goes against the recommendation made last weekend by Dr. Thom Mayer, medical director of the NFLPA, the players union. The latter has ordered all teams to stop train together in a private setting, until the start of training camps by teams provided for this purpose, planned for the end of July.
This setpoint is the result of several positive tests in the COVID-19 recorded these last days among the NFL players, including two of the Buccaneers and an assistant coach.
In addition, a dramatic upsurge of cases occurs for more than a week in Florida, residence State of the Buccaneers, where the NBA and the MLS are going to try to resume their competition, behind closed doors next month in Orlando.