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In a pre-training camp video, Tom Brady’s amazing accuracy is on full show.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, led by Tom Brady, appear to be primed for another Super Bowl run.
Brady demonstrated his precision in a video on Sunday.
Prior to the start of training camp, he shared a video of himself playing catch with a JUGS machine.
GO TO FOXNEWS.COM FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE. “Training camp begins this week.”
He tweeted, “I’m looking forward to having some actual receivers again.”
Brady and the Buccaneers paid a visit to the White House earlier this week to commemorate the team’s second Super Bowl championship.
After defeating the Kansas City Chiefs, the team brought back all of its starters, a feat that had never been accomplished in the NFL until Tampa Bay.
The 43-year-old is in his 22nd NFL season and is coming off MCL surgery after playing the full 2020 season with a damaged ligament.
Brady threw for 4,633 yards and 40 touchdowns in 2020.
He led the Buccaneers to a wild-card berth in the playoffs and won each of their postseason games on the road before defeating the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV.
TOM BRADY OF THE BUCS COMPARES HIMSELF TO WAYNE GRETZKY AND MICHAEL JORDAN AFTER THE TEAM PASSED ON HIM: ‘A NO-BRAINER’ Alex Guerrero, Brady’s personal trainer, stated last week that fans can expect to see Brady on the field for at least another two years.
Guerrero noted on Tuesday’s episode of “The Adam Schefter Podcast” that the goal was always to assist Brady prepare to play for at least 45 minutes, which means he’ll be with the Bucs until the 2022 season.
“I believe the greatest achievement I will have is if we live to be 45 years old, because that was his dream.”
“To say, ‘Hey, we actually accomplished it,’ will probably be the proudest moment for me,” Guerrero added.
“I know that I want to keep my vow to him by assisting him in achieving his goal.”
It’s not a problem if his goal shifts.
If he says, ‘Well, I guess I’ll call it a day,’ that’s fantastic.
It’s no problem.
“I will wholeheartedly back that,” Guerrero said, adding that Brady could also want to continue pushing the envelope.
GET THE FOX NEWS APP HERE “I started thinking about this year two years ago.”
I make an effort to keep his body three years ahead of where we’ll be.
‘What if he feels so fantastic at 45 that he wants to play until he’s 46?’ I’m not just thinking about next year.
I’m not sure, so I’d better make a plan!
I’d best start thinking about how I’ll get his physique ready for 46 or 47.
Paulina Dedaj from Fox News contributed to this article.