Tom Brady undergoes knee surgery after winning the Super Bowl. A report now reveals that the injury was more serious than initially thought.
Shortly after winning the Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom Brady underwent knee surgery. His head coach, Bruce Arians, quickly nipped any discussion of the severity of the injury in the bud. It should have been “just a little something”.
A report by “The Athletic” now refutes Arian’s statements. It took Brady the whole offseason to recover from his procedure. The superstar confirmed back in May that it was “a pretty serious matter”.
Brady felt the injury as early as 2020
After Brady returned to the pitch in June, the 44-year-old revealed more details. “I already noticed in May 2020 that I should have an operation after the season. It had to be done and I’m glad that it turned out lightly in the end. I even think I can do things in the coming season, which would not have been possible last season. “
Brady was on the field in the preseason, making 11 of 14 passes for 154 yards and a touchdown against the Houston Texans. Just in time for the season opener against the Dallas Cowboys, the superstar is the same again.