The city of Tampa has apologised to the quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Saturday.
In a letter addressed to the pivot 42 and at the tight end Rob Gronkowski, the mayor of the municipality Jane Castor apologized for the false first impression that the city would be able to leave to the holder of six rings of the Super Bowl.
“Tom, my apologies for the miscommunication that occurred during your arrival, it was not the best first impression, has written to Mrs. Beaver. Considering my background as a representative of the forces of order, I have not been able to prevent me from putting someone on an investigation regarding a goat (G. O. A. T) free in one of our beautiful parks.”
Recall that last week, Brady has been kicked out of a park where he was training for the containment. The quarter is also entered by mistake in a house in the city, believing that it was that of head coach Bruce Arians.
In addition, the mayor of Tampa thanked publicly Brady and his wife, Gisele Bündchen, for having offered 750 000 meals to the charity Feeding Tampa Bay.
After 20 seasons with the Patriots of New England, Brady has decided to continue his career with the “Buccs”, who has signed a two-year contract that guarantees him $ 50 million.
A few weeks later, “Gronk” has decided to come out of retirement to join his former team mate with the team to Florida.
In her letter, Ms. Beaver has welcomed the tight end and indicating to him that his municipality was perfect for his style of life.