Pirate midfielder Tom Brady is scheduled to undergo knee surgery in the off-season. Everyone can agree on that much. But there are conflicting reports about the scope of the measure, which was announced Thursday by Rick Stroud of The Tampa Bay Times. Bear Stroud, will be operated on Brady’s left knee, where he tore an ACL in 2010. He also wore a said knee brace during the Tampa Bay 55 Parade in the Super Bowl; He could be seen when Brady got off the team boat. Coach Bruce Ariane confirmed Stroud’s surgery, saying Brady had planned it for several months: “He’s going to do some cleaning.” MORE: Could Brady ever repeat the role of the Super Bowl heroes? However, one source told Ben Folin of the Boston Globe that the procedure is more intense than initially reported: Response: Brady injured his left knee, one source told me he needed more than a simple cleaning. “When he’s out, all he does is build his legend even further.” pic.twitter.com/ri6wm3hXAF – Ben Folin (BenVolin) February 11, 2021 Brady was not included in any of the team members. Injury reports in 2020. Whatever problem he has with his knee, it does not seem to hinder his game. He completed 401 of 610 passes (65.7 percent) during the regular season at 4,633 yards and 40 drops to 12 interceptions. During the playoffs, he completed 81 passes from 138 (58.7 percent) for 1,061 yards and 10 touchdowns to three interceptions; this includes a Super Bowl MVP performance in which he threw three touchdowns in a 31-9 win over the Presidents.