Tom Brady takes his family to Miami before Hurricane Ian

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen packed their things and left their home in Tampa Bay with their children Hurricane Ian continues to gain momentum.

The husband who has been plagued by Rumors of marital woes In recent weeks, heading home to Miami, A person familiar with the people said on Tuesday.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, 45, and Brazilian model, 42, made a quick move with son Benjamin, 12, and daughter Vivian, 9, joined by Brady’s son John Edward Thomas Moynahan, who he shares with actress Bridget Moynahan.

This came just hours after the Tampa Bay Pirates announced they were being evacuated to the Miami area as the storm approached.

The team said it will train at the Miami Dolphins’ facility before their confrontation with the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

“The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have made contingency plans for this week’s preparations for Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs,” the team He said in a statement.

“The Buccaneers are expected to train at the Miami Dolphins Baptist Health Training Complex in Miami Gardens, Florida, beginning Wednesday, through the end of week four, if needed. The Dolphins play in Cincinnati in week four and will have finished their field preparations by Wednesday morning.”

Tom Brady’s decision to leave became known shortly after the Tampa Bay Pirates announced that they were being evacuated.
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The team said Sunday’s match is still expected to continue at this time.

“The NFL, in consultation with the team and local officials, will continue to monitor the situation,” the statement concluded.

On Tuesday, the seven-time Super Bowl winner described the hurricane as “very severe.”

“This is a little different for me. I have never had to deal with anything like this. We have had COVID for a few years and now with this it feels like a very severe hurricane is on our way,” He said.

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Hurricane Ian moves over southwestern Cuba on its way toward the Gulf of Mexico as a dangerous Category 3 storm as seen by astronauts at the International Space Station on September 26, 2022
Hurricane Ian caused the Tampa Bay Pirates to evacuate to the Miami area.

“I don’t think Tampa is probably, I don’t think anywhere is quite suitable for a hurricane, but everyone in this area will be in our minds and prayers as we go through it. I know our team is going to have to adapt, go to Miami and train there all week, and then hopefully To be back later in the week and play against the Chiefs on Sunday night.”

He continued, “I don’t think anyone is really ready for this. I know I’ve been getting ready all morning and getting all my things outside, trying to put them inside, trying to get all the things on the floor a little higher.”

“I am here on the bay so they are talking about very severe storms and that is a scary thing. I will say it is a scary thing when it really hits your house.”

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