Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians: ‘I don’t have any problem’ with Tom Brady yelling at teammates

During the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' loss against the Chicago Bears on Thursday night, television cameras caught quarterback Tom Brady ripping into his teammates on the sideline.

Brady's coach is perfectly fine with that.

"Just be yourself," Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians said Tuesday. "I don't have any problem with it. At least I don't have to go back there and cuss them out – they've already gotten an earful by the time I get over there.

"Tom's got to be Tom. I'm not going to ask him to be somebody different. He does a good job of patting them on the back, too. He might explode, but he's going to go down there, pat them on the back and get them going."

Cameras caught Brady yelling in the direction of center Ryan Jensen, who had an unnecessary roughness penalty called against him that helped stall a drive late in the third quarter of Tampa's 20-19 loss.

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Throughout his career, Brady has not shied away from displaying emotional outbursts on the sidelines, both positive and negative, like most NFL players.

Brady finished the game 25-for-41 with253 yards with one touchdown. He wasn't without fault, however, mismanaging a key fourth down late in the game, contributing to the team's loss.

The Buccaneers (3-2) will host the Green Bay Packers on Sunday afternoon. 

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