Tom Brady Threw Temper Tantrum At Bucs Camp After Failed 2-Minute Drill

TAMPA, FL - MAY 15: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers team headquarters in Tampa, Florida on May 15th, 2017. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are one of the 32 teams of the NFL.

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Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are preparing for their Super Bowl title defense this season, and the competitive nature is already in regular-season mode.

According to reports, Brady was leading the Buccaneers offense on a two-minute drill during training camp on Sunday when the execution wasn’t there. Brady reportedly overthrew a receiver and was sacked twice before throwing a temper tantrum on the field.

Brady went on an expletive-laden tirade towards his teammates, slammed his helmet on the ground, and even showed off his leg by punting the ball 40-yards down the field.

“Got to make (bleeping) plays when you’re tired fellas,” Brady said, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times.

But let’s be honest, tempers always flair during camp and Brady is known to lash out at times. Considering he’s a seven-time Super Bowl champion, it seems to work out for him.

Following practice, head coach Bruce Arians also acknowledged the execution was not there.

“Guys have to make plays,” Arian said, via the New York Post. “You’re in a critical situation, you can’t fall down. (Brady) gives you a chance to win the game. You’ve got to go down and win the game. I don’t care how tired you are. We’ve got to be a much smarter football team. After watching practice, we made way too many mental errors.

“Fatigue makes a coward out of you. We got a few of them and it’s whipping their ass.”

We’ll see if the Buccaneers can get things in order in time for the September 9 regular-season opener against the Dallas Cowboys.

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