The Tampa Bay Buccaneers landed legendary quarterback Tom Brady on a two-year deal last month. And apparently, teams around the NFL are not too happy with the way the Buccaneers went about it.

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, rival clubs are miffed about Brady's interactions with Tampa Bay employees in spite of the restrictions in place and are anticipating “stern discipline” from the league front office. La Canfora notes that many teams have made their qualms known to NFL officials.

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The Bucs signed Brady to a $50 million contract on March 20, ending his two-decade reign with the New England Patriots.

During his time with the Patriots, Brady won six Super Bowl championships, establishing himself as the greatest quarterback to ever play the game in the minds of most.

However, Brady's run in New England did not come without controversy.

In 2016, Brady was suspended for the first four games of the season after he and the Patriots were accused of deflating footballs during the 2014-15 AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts. The Pats were also fined $1 million and were forced to forfeit a pair of draft picks in 2016.

Of course, that didn't stop Brady from returning and having one of his best seasons after the suspension, leading New England to what was its fifth Super Bowl title at the time. So, this is hardly the first time that Brady is in the news for the wrong reasons.

We'll see whether or not the NFL can find enough evidence to discipline the GOAT and/or the Buccaneers.