Tom Brady's family makes decisions ahead of storm

As Hurricane Ian continues to threaten Tampa, Tom Brady and his family have reportedly decided to move in together in Miami.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback is taking his three children, Vivian Lake, Benjamin Wren and John "Jack" Edwards, to their Miami home, where his wife will be Gisele Bundchen.

Tom Brady shared cute moments with his three kids during Sunday's game against the Packers in the Buccaneers' home opener. But Gisele was missing.

Brady's team will also be moving out and using the Miami Dolphins' practice facility this week, the Buccaneers announced in the statement.

The Buccaneers announced in a statement that the team will use the Miami Dolphins' practice facility this week ahead of Sunday's game versus the Chiefs.

Considering their departure from Tampa to Miami on Tuesday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have made contingency plans to prepare for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs this week.

 Buccaneers are expected to practice at the Miami Dolphins' Baptist Fitness Training Complex in Miami Gardens, Florida, beginning Wednesday, until the end of Week 4 preparations, if necessary.

The Dolphins play in Cincinnati in week four and will have completed their field preparations by Wednesday morning.

On Monday, Tom Brady, along with Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray, on his SiriusXM podcast Let's Go! Talked about temporary relocation.

Brady's transfer comes amid rumors of a marital dispute with Bündchen after he decided to return to playing football earlier this season.

"It's a little different for me," the seven-time Super Bowl winner said. "I've never had to deal with anything like this.

We've had COVID for a few years and now it looks like a very intense storm is coming our way."

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