Tom Brady is using virtual reality to learn the Buccaneers offense as the season approaches

According to reports received from the team’s training camp this week, with a 2020-day NFL season, Tom Brady is relying on a high-tech tool to familiarize himself with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ offense.

NFL Network reported that in his career, Brady, 43, has been using virtual reality to get additional mental reps with the team’s playbook. Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians, considered one of the NFL’s top offensive minds, is a major proponent of the technique.

“All our backup quarterbacks actually get live rips – that’s our actual practice, which goes on tape,” Arian told reporters on Monday. “Tom [Brady] Has embraced him. We were already gonna use it and would use it anyway because Blaine [Gabbert] And [Ryan Griffin] Loved it since last year. This is a good rep for them, but Tom is falling in love with it too.

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The Buccaneers are one of several NFL teams that use a system called STRIVR for digital training. Arion said he has used Stryver since his days as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals.

Brady is attempting to learn an entirely new offense after spending his entire 20-year career with the New England Patriots. The six-time Super Bowl champion has experienced ever-increasing pain during training camp, including a particularly poor performance in the Buccaneers’ offense in the team’s practice last Sunday.

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Brady has been open this summer about his struggle to learn new offensive terminology. The challenge was ended by canceling the league’s coronovirus-brief training camp and all four precision games.

The Buccaneers will kick off their season on September 13 against the New Orleans Saints.