Ryan Jensen is quite hilarious for the stunt he pulled on Super Bowl Sunday.
While making their way inside Raymond James Stadium for Super Bowl LV, the Tampa Bay Bucs center was seen rocking a photo of Tom Brady from his combine days on his shirt.
Ryan Jensen and Brady have had a special relationship since his signing ever since Brady had a couple of changes that he wanted Jensen to implement.
First, Jensen was to stuff his pants with a towel and baby powder to prevent sweating and help the ball stay dry. Brady hates sweat on the ball.
Also, Jensen was no longer to wear a glove when snapping the ball.
“I mean, when Tom Brady tells you to do something, you usually do it,” Jensen said in a recent media availability, per NESN’s Zack Cox. “But it was a little bit of an adjustment at first, especially not wearing a glove. I used to always wear a glove. You start to get your hands pretty torn up not wearing a glove as an offensive lineman, so that was a little bit of an adjustment. But we talked about it, and he explained why.
“At first, I’m like, it can’t make that big of a difference, and then you start doing it and you realize how — especially with the towel and the baby powder — how much you don’t sweat down there when you’re doing that. And that’s keeping his hands dry and keeping the ball dry. He’s done this for so long and has had so much success, you’ve kind of got to listen to him. Are you going to backtalk him? I just don’t think that’s how that works.”