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Is Tom Brady preparing for life as a front office executive?

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have done a remarkable job assimilating Tom Brady to the organization after 20 seasons with the New England Patriots.

Brady won a Super Bowl in his first season with the Bucs, and now, heading into Year 2, he’s doing his part to help the organization shape its roster.

Check out this nugget of information from Buccaneers fan site JoeBucsFan.com:

“Look at these receivers and see if there is something you like,” Arians said (via Joe Bucs Fan). And I will critique your ability to critique receivers.”

Maybe Brady has a future in Tampa’s front office. According to Arians, he has an eye for talent.

“He did great (laughs),” Arians said. “There are certain things he likes. He likes really good, big, fast receivers.”

Maybe Brady likes good, big, and fast receivers because of the success he had with Randy Moss in 2007 and the production he enjoyed with Tampa’s big-bodied pass-catchers — Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and tight end Rob Gronkowski — last year.

One thing Brady knows how to do is win. It would be really hard to bet against him as a general manager if he ever becomes one after his playing career is over.

Bryan Perez

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