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Bucs quarterback Tom Brady (12) throws during the second half of his team's 23-17 overtime loss Sunday to the Browns. The Bucs offense was stymied by penalties, injuries and some missed throws in the extra session.
“The future is not written by any stretch,” the quarterback said on his podcast Monday.
The Bucs coach says he was worried about a possible interception late in regulation in the loss to Cleveland.
Evans had only two catches on nine targets in Sunday’s overtime loss in Cleveland.
Coach Todd Bowles said the All-Pro right tackle suffered a high-ankle sprain.

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  1. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady (12) throws during the second half of his team's 23-17 overtime loss Sunday to the Browns. The Bucs offense was stymied by penalties, injuries and some missed throws in the extra session.
  2. A day later, Bucs head coach Todd Bowles wasn't second-guessing how he utilized timeouts at the end of regulation in the loss to the Browns.
  3. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady, left, targeted Mike Evans nine times Sunday in Cleveland, but connected with him only twice.
  4. It's possible offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs will only miss a few weeks for the Bucs.
  5. Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans is knocked out of bounds by Browns cornerback Denzel Ward after making a catch Sunday.
  6. Even with Tom Brady in his corner, Bucs head coach Todd Bowles seemed inexplicably reticent to go for broke in the fourth quarter against the Browns in a 23-17 overtime loss on Sunday.
  7. Bucs offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs is carted off the field after injuring his leg during overtime against the Browns on Sunday.
  8. Browns tight end David Njoku catches a touchdown pass to tie the score late in the fourth quarter Sunday against the Bucs.
  9. Quarterback Tom Brady gets off a shovel pass during the first half of the Bucs' loss to the Browns Sunday in Cleveland.
  10. Defensive end Alex Wright celebrates after batting down a Tom Brady pass during the first quarter of the Browns' win over the Bucs Sunday in Cleveland.
  11. Bucs defensive tackle Vita Vea will play today against the Cleveland Browns despite sustaining a foot injury during the bye week and not practicing until Friday.
  12. Bucs running back Leonard Fournette (7) greets Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tariq Woolen (27) following their game earlier this month at Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany.
  13. Negativity just bounces off offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich, whose play-calling has been questioned much of this season.
  14. End zone celebrations have been relatively rare for Tom Brady and the rest of the Bucs offense this season, but there's reason to be optimistic that Tampa Bay is beginning to find its identity on that side of the ball.
  15. Devin White says his faith and role as a father to his own son and younger brother keep him going in the wake of personal loss.
  16. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady fires up the Allianz Arena audience as he runs onto the field before his team's Nov. 13 game against the Seahawks in Munich, Germany. The Bucs won, 21-16.
  17. Vita Vea, seen here earlier in the season, was back at practice on Friday.
  18. Bucs rookie running back Rachaad White proved to offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich that he is ready to handle more of the offensive load after his performance against Seattle.
  19. Defensive tackle Vita Vea, seen here earlier this season, is dealing with a foot injury and may not be available against the Browns on Sunday.
  20. Bucs receiver Julio Jones makes a catch during warmups before his team's Nov. 6 game against the Rams at Raymond James Stadium.
  21. An ill-fated attempt to create a new super league of soccer teams in Europe did not endear the Glazers to Manchester United fans, as this sign from 2021 suggests. The Bucs owners announced this week they are willing to consider offers to sell their historic soccer franchise.
  22. Bucs tight end Cameron Brate (84) gains yards after catching a pass during a game against the Green Bay Packers in September at Raymond James Stadium.
  23. Bucs tailback Leonard Fournette (7) scores on a 1-yard run during the first half of his team's 21-16 win against the Seahawks Nov. 13 in Munich, Germany. Fournette later exited the game with a hip pointer.
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