On Tuesday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visited the White House to commemorate their Super Bowl LV victory.
Now, let’s to why you’re here: Bruce Arians and his fight with the sun.
The Tampa Bay Bucs head coach showed up to the White House looking like he accidentally got tossed in the washing machine with a red shirt and came out the same color.
Aside from Arians looking like a packet of ketchup, he commended his team and the organization on “coming together … not to beat the other team” but having to “beat the virus first.”
“Our players are outstanding,” the coach said. “They do what they’re supposed to do, on and off the field because they take care of each other. We live by three words: trust, loyalty and respect. We don’t have any rules. If you have those, you’ll have accountability and you’ll be able to do anything you want.”
“One team, one cause. I hope the Senate and the House start helping you out,” Arians said, turning to Biden. “One team, one cause.”
Just a few days away from training camp for most teams, the NFL Network reported that 13 teams have 85% of players vaccinated and at least 73.8% of players throughout the league have received their vaccine.