TAMPA, Fla. — Tom Brady is taking a wide-open approach to distributing the football this season. If you’re the guy who is least covered, he will find you.

Because the Bucs are loaded with pass-catchers, Brady doesn’t have to force-feed one or two players but can run the offense like a point guard leading the break.

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