Tom Brady is back and the Tampa Bay Bucs are expecting full stadiums throughout all their home games as a result.
The team is not only expecting Brady to play in 2022 after he unretired, but also in 2023. Bucs insider Rick Stroud shared the email the team sent to fans asking for a two-year commitment for season tickets.
The request is “based on overwhelming demand and limited inventory.”
In 2022, The Bucs will be playing teams like the Packers, Chiefs, Bengals, Rams, Ravens and more.
Brady announced his retirement Feb. 1, but that lasted all of a month-and-a-half. He’ll be back for his 23rd NFL season (20 with the New England Patriots, three with the Bucs) as he searches for his eighth Lombardi Trophy.
His return means the Super Bowl window for the Bucs remains open for at least one more year, and possibly beyond.