Tom Brady, ‘quarterback’ of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and one of the best players in the history of the NFL, this Thursday joined the donations to support those affected by Hurricane Ian who live in Florida.

“Hopefully we can get back home for this Sunday’s game (against the Kansas City Chiefs), but a lot of people in Florida won’t be able to do the same. To start, I’ll make a donation to the Florida Disaster Fund and I hope the rest of the NFL family in our state does the same. Brady wrote on his Twitter account.

Also, the Glazer family, owner of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, announced that she will donate a million dollars to support associations that help the most affected people.

Los Buccaneers traveled to Miami to train this week due to the alarm over the arrival of Hurricane Ian and the NFL considered changing the venue for the week 4 game against the Chiefs, originally scheduled for Tampa.

Finally, the Tampa area will avoid “the most serious consequences” of the hurricane for which the match will be played at Raymond James Stadium in the city of Florida, reported the NFL.

Ian lost power in his transit through central Florida on Wednesday night and it became a tropical storm this Thursday morning, but again its winds have taken on hurricane strength.

According to the NHC, Ian is now moving in a north-northeast direction at 17 km per hour with maximum sustained winds of 120 km/h, that is, a category 1 hurricane according to the Saffir-Simpson scale.

On the predicted path, Ian will approach the coast of South Carolina this Friday and, between the night of that day and Saturday, its center will move farther inland through the two Carolinas.

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