Being a member of sports royalty has its perks.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians recently confirmed Tom Brady would move his family to the Tampa area after signing with the team in free agency.
But how would the former New England Patriots quarterback relocate his wife, Gisele, and their children from New York to Tampa amid a global coronavirus pandemic?
With a little help from Derek Jeter, of all people.
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Brady arrived in Tampa on Thursday morning and is staying at the sprawling Davis Islands mansion owned by the New York Yankees legend (and fellow Michigan alum), the Tampa Bay Times' Rick Stroud reports.
"The JP Show" first reported the news, adding that Brady is renting the mansion at an estimated per-month rate of between $75,000 and $100,000 per month.
Good thing Brady's two-year contract is fully guaranteed.
Brady will get what he pays for, though. Jeter's palatial estate, which was constructed in 2011 for a cool $7.7 million, boasts over 30,000 square feet, seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, two three-car garages and a boat dock with private access to Hillsborough Bay.
Another perk: The mansion is a short 20-minute drive (seven miles) from the Bucs' practice facility.
Former Bucs tight end and current Tampa resident Anthony Becht actually predicted Brady may land in Davis Islands last week.
"A lot of guys that kind of come in short term but money isn’t an issue, that’s kind of where they go, into there," Becht told The Boston Globe's Nora Princiotti, "and they rent a home and they have all the amenities you’re kind of looking for around the water and stuff."
Brady's move appears temporary for now, but he's officially out of the Northeast after spending the previous two decades in New England.