Tom Brady walked into wrong house looking for Bucs OC Byron Leftwich
Tom Brady was anxious to get to work with his new teammates and coaches as soon as he signed a contract with the Buccaneers, and that enthusiasm led to the experience of a lifetime for one man living in the Tampa area.
As David Kramer tells it, Brady was on his way to visit with Bucs offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich earlier this month when he confidently strolled into the wrong house. Kramer, who lives next door to Leftwich in a house that looks very similar, shared the hilarious story with TMZ. He said he was sitting at his kitchen island doing some work when a tall figure walked up to his front door and let himself in. Kramer recalled Brady being confused and asking if he was in Leftwich’s house, but the quarterback quickly realized what had happened. Without saying much else, Kramer says Brady gathered his belongings, apologized and left.
“He was like, ‘I am so sorry! I am so sorry!'” Kramer said. “Grabs his bags and just is gone. I don’t think I’ve seen someone leave a house faster.”
Kramer said it took him a minute to connect the dots, but he was shell-shocked when he figured out Brady was standing in his front entryway. His full account of the incident is pretty hilarious.
For someone as composed as he is, Brady seems to be having a bit of a tough time adjusting to his new home. Between barging into a stranger’s house and getting busted for working out at a park, the 42-year-old has probably quickly realized he ain’t in New England anymore.