Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht said on Thursday that quarterback Tom Brady’s progress in recovering from off-season knee surgery was “very good” and was called a “minor surgical procedure.”
However, he did not provide a timetable for recovery.
Licht said: “I talked to him last week.” “I know things are going well. I don’t want to write an exact timeline on the timetable now because I don’t want to set expectations in one way or another. , But I know things are going well.”
A source close to the situation told ESPN that this is not the most recent injury and that Brady has planned surgery for several months, which is not surprising.
It is not clear whether Brady will participate in any offseason training-whether he should participate-although coach Bruce Arians has previously stated that he does not think Brady necessarily needs them. When asked about the surgical procedure in late February, Arians said that Brady might be preparing for a 7-to-7 job in June.
Brady saw Brady in an Instagram video posted by his friend Dave Grutman last month, who threw a football at David Beckham on the beach . Brady wears his usual left knee sleeve in the video.