Tom Brady’s message to Florida residents amid Hurricane Ian

The storm made landfall south of Tampa. This Ian is overtaking southwest Florida. Massive floods occur and thousands of people are left without electricity.

Earlier in the week, Tampa Bay was expected to be where the storm made landfall.

This caused concern for Tom Brady and the Buccaneers to host their game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

The NFL announced that if the game had to be moved, it would be played in Minnesota.

However, the storm made landfall south of Tampa. The game appears to be on track for Sunday at Raymond James Stadium.

But that doesn't mean things are getting easier for people in Florida. Brady is hoping he can at least provide some relief for those in need for a few hours.

According to Buccaneers Beat reporter Greg Aumann, Brady says sports bring people together and he hopes sport can provide relief for Floridians.

 "It's great to give them something to please," Brady said. It is undeniable that sports can bring people together. There are countless stories about this.

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