NFL sends warning to every team after Tom Brady breaks two tablets 

Every NFL team will pay for the anger of Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.

The league reportedly sent memos to all 32 teams before Week 3 threatening punishment for breaking tablets or other equipment issued by the league.

A tablet was shown on the broadcast, where footage of Brady throwing up and possibly breaking down.

However, after the victory over the Saints, Brady admitted that he broke a tablet, and apologized for it in a video on Twitter.

Tom Brady led the Bucs to victory without top receivers, but it was difficult for Brady. Both Chris Godwin and Julio Jones did not play due to injuries.

This left Brady as the team's primary receiver, along with Russell Gage, Scotty Miller and Breshad Perriman.

Brady finished 34 of 18 for 190 yards and a touchdown. Brady did not throw an interception, but lost a fumble. In his post-game video, Brady called it an "ugly" game.

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