TAMPA, Fla. -- For the first time in over two decades, six-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady is the new kid on the block -- playing for a new team in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, in a new offense with new teammates. Well, mostly new teammates.
Brady will have longtime favorite target Rob Gronkowski to ease the transition. But to help Brady's new squad get better acquainted with him, ESPN spoke to a number of former teammates for tips on how best to work with Brady.
Lesson 1: Don't get caught 'Brady-watching'
Former linebacker Tedy Bruschi, who was with the Patriots for four seasons before Brady's arrival and played with the quarterback from 2000 to '08, cautioned against falling into the trap of believing Brady can be the savior every Sunday, or what he calls "Brady-watching.