The 42-year-old quarterback who spent the first 20 years of his career with the New England Patriots announced his decision Friday in an Instagram post and thanked the Bucs for the opportunity.
The deal is worth $30 million per season.
''Excited, humble and hungry ... If there is one thing I have learned about football, it's that nobody cares what you did last year or the year before that,'' Brady wrote.
The signing comes three days after Brady announced on social media that he would not return to New England, ending his historic run with the Patriots.
ATLANTA (AP) - Todd Gurley didn't wait long to find his new NFL home.
The Atlanta Falcons didn't wait long to celebrate the deal.
''WE GOT HIM,'' the Falcons exclaimed on their Twitter account early Friday, soon after news emerged of Gurley's $6 million, one-year deal with the Falcons.
The agreement was confirmed to The Associated Press by a person familiar with the deal. The person confirmed the agreement on condition of anonymity because the deal will not be official until Gurley passes a physical. The league isn't allowing players to report to new teams immediately for those physicals during the coronavirus pandemic.
The agreement was reached less than 24 hours after Gurley was released by the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday. The three-time Pro Bowl running back was released minutes before $10.5 million in his contract with the Rams became fully guaranteed.
-By AP Sports Writer Charles Odum.
A person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press that it's worth $16 million with all but $2.5 million guaranteed. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because terms of the deal weren't revealed.
Although his new deal is less than the $10 million annually that Gordon turned down from the Chargers during an unsuccessful holdout for a long-term extension last season, it does allow him the opportunity to face his old team twice a year and to hit free agency again in 2022 at age 28.
His $8 million annual salary also ranks fourth in the NFL among running backs.
-By Pro Football Writer Arnie Stapleton.
DENVER (AP) - The head of USA Swimming urged the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee to push for a 12-month postponement of the Tokyo Games, signaling the first fissure between powerful American factions attempting to maneuver the U.S. team through the coronavirus crisis.
CEO Tim Hinchey sent a letter Friday to his counterpart at the USOPC, Sarah Hirshland, calling for the delay.
Only hours before receiving the letter, the USOPC leaders essentially repeated the IOC line - that while athlete safety would always be their top priority, it was too soon to employ drastic measures, and that they would press forward with logistical preparations for a July 24 start.
Judge had a CT scan on Friday. The Yankees announced two weeks ago that Judge had a stress fracture to his first right rib.
''The bone is still about the same, slight improvement,'' Judge said. ''The bone is healing the way it should be, so probably another test here in a couple more weeks and go from there.''
Judge added the scan showed a ''pneumothorax came back completely gone.''
The 27-year-old didn't played in any spring training games because of soreness in his right pectoral muscle and shoulder.
SAN DIEGO (AP) - Hard-throwing Padres reliever Andres Munoz and minor leaguer Reggie Lawson underwent Tommy John surgery Friday.
Both right-handers were injured shortly before spring training was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Munoz, 21, made his big league debut last year and appeared in 22 games. He went 1-1 with a 3.91 ERA and 30 strikeouts, against 11 walks
The 22-year-old Lawson was 3-1 with a 5.20 ERA in six starts with Double-A Amarillo last season before being shut down with an elbow injury.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Loyola Marymount hired Stan Johnson as its basketball coach Friday.
Johnson spent the last five years at Marquette, most recently as associate head coach. The Golden Eagles reached the NCAA Tournament in 2017 and 2019.
He was also on coaching staffs at Arizona State, Drake, Utah and Cal State Northridge. He had assistant jobs at Bemidji State and Southwest Baptist, both Division II schools.
Johnson played three years at Southern Utah, where he helped the Thunderbirds reach the NCAA Tournament. He played his senior year at Bemidji State.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - North Florida and men's basketball coach Matthew Driscoll have agreed to a three-year contract extension.
Athletic director Lee Moon made the announcement Friday, saying Driscoll ''has established a standard for developing a championship-level culture both on and off the court.''
The extension keeps Driscoll under contract through May 2025. His current deal ends in May 2022. Financial details were not released.
Driscoll has spent the last 11 seasons at UNF and led the Ospreys to the NCAA Tournament in 2015. He is 184-179 at UNF, with 105 of those wins coming in Atlantic Sun Conference play.
Amid a slew of postponements and cancellations in golf, the LPGA Tour announced a September date for what traditionally is its first major championship of the year.
The ANA Inspiration, previously scheduled for April 2-5 in Rancho Mirage, California, now will be played Sept. 10-13. That date previously was for the Cambia Portland Classic, which will move back by one week.
It's the first postponed golf tournament to announce a new date.
The schedule change was announced Friday along with the postponement of three more LPGA Tour events because of the new coronavirus. They were to be played the final three weeks of April - in Hawaii, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
NEW YORK (AP) - The XFL has canceled the remainder of its return season because of the new coronavirus pandemic.
The league played five games of a 10-game regular season in eight cities. It was a revival of the XFL that played one season in 2001.
Commissioner Oliver Luck released a statement saying the league had ''no choice but to officially cancel the remainder of the 2020 season. This decision has been made with the health and safety of the entire XFL family as our top priority.''
The National Women's Soccer League is delaying the start of the regular season because of the coronavirus.
The league announced Friday that it is imposing a moratorium on training through April 5, following the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Because of that, the season will not start as planned on April 18.
The NWSL has not announced when the season might start. The league had already canceled its preseason matches.
DETROIT (AP) - A federal judge has recommended that a former Michigan State football staff member's claims against former Spartans football coach Mark Dantonio, former athletic director Mark Hollis and former school President Lou Anna Simon should be dismissed.
Curtis Blackwell filed a lawsuit in November 2018 claiming his employment agreement was violated when he was disciplined while the school addressed sexual assault allegations against three players in 2017. Dantonio, Hollis and Simon were named as defendants in the suit. Two MSU police detectives were also named as defendants.
In a filing Friday, Magistrate Judge Sally J. Berens said the case against Dantonio, Hollis and Simon ''appears to have been prosecuted for an improper purpose and should be dismissed.'' Berens did not recommend dismissing the claims against the detectives.
The recommendation goes to Janet T. Neff, the federal judge overseeing the case.
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) - Borislav Stankovic, the former longtime International Basketball Federation secretary general responsible for bringing NBA players to the Olympics, has died, the governing body said. He was 94.
Stankovic was at the helm of FIBA from 1976 to 2002 and was a member of the International Olympic Committee.
During his leadership, he was credited with working toward building bridges between East and West during the Cold War and working closely with the then-NBA Commissioner David Stern in the late 1980s and early '90s to bring world basketball into the modern era.
That resulted in American professional players participating in the top-level national team competitions, starting at the Barcelona Olympics in 1992.
For his contributions to the game, he was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1991.
LENEXA, Kansas (AP) - John Erickson, a former Milwaukee Bucks general manager and Wisconsin men's basketball coach, has died. He was 92.
Rick Wiseman, funeral director at Porter Funeral Home in Lenexa, Kansas, confirmed Friday that Erickson died Wednesday in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Porter Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.
Erickson served as the Bucks' general manager from 1968-70. He was in that role when the Bucks won a coin flip with the Phoenix Suns and earned the right to select eventual NBA career scoring leader Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, then known as Lew Alcindor, with the first pick in the 1969 NBA draft.
Erickson coached Wisconsin from 1960-68 and posted a 100-114 record.
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