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Video Shows Tom Brady's First Arrival At The Bucs' Facility

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at a press conference.

FOXBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS - JANUARY 04: Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots talks with the media during a press conference after the AFC Wild Card Playoff game against the Tennessee Titans at Gillette Stadium on January 04, 2020 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Training camp doesn't officially begin until July 28, but Tom Brady looks ready to go. Footage has emerged of the legendary quarterback making his way to Tampa Bay's facility.

Tampa Bay made the biggest splash of the offseason, signing Brady to a two-year deal. He'll join an offense that is loaded with weapons, such as Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and O.J. Howard.

Even though practices won't actually start until next week, the 42-year-old quarterback arrived early to get tested for COVID-19. Video has been released of Brady putting on a mask and entering a testing trailer.

Brady will have to get used to COVID-19 tests since players will be required to undergo daily tests for the first two weeks of training camp. If a team keeps its positive rate under five percent after the first two weeks, its players and staff can get tested every other day instead.

Here's the video of Brady arriving at the Buccaneers' facility:

Last season wasn't one to remember for Brady, who struggled in the Patriots' playoff matchup against the Titans. To be fair though, he didn't exactly have a great supporting cast.

The Buccaneers are still relatively young on the offensive side of the football, but they're really talented. At the very least, Brady should be able to put up strong numbers in Tampa Bay.

Every season there a few storylines worth monitoring on a weekly basis. How the Buccaneers perform with Brady as their quarterback falls under that category.