Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians was not pleased with the rumor put out there by former NFL player Rich Ohrnberger that he had a beef with Tom Brady, calling it out as BS. Well, Ohrnberger doubled down in a series of tweets on Saturday night, citing “multiple impregnable sources” on this matter.

Here's how he lays out what was really going on with the Buccaneers:

Ohrnberger made sure to note these “multiple impregnable sources,” because he had just recently admitted to getting duped on a report about Patrick Mahomes allegedly telling his fiancee and brother not to attend Kansas City Chiefs games next season. That turned out to be false, resulting in Ohrnberger admitting his error and deleting his tweets.

But Ohrnberger clearly feels confident in his reporting on this Buccaneers story. PFT's Mike Florio explains why there's some reason to believe this report even after the Mahomes debacle:

First, he played with Brady for three years in New England. While I’m not saying one of his sources was Brady, (1) they clearly know each other and (2) Brady would be an “impregnable” source.

Second, the folks at JoeBucsFan.com have explained that Ohrnberger said on his radio show that he was “talking to a guy who’s pretty embedded with the Bucs,” and that Ohrnberger played college football at Penn State with Buccaneers assistant coach A.Q. Shipley.

Apparently Ohrnberger and Shipley have been friends for a long time, so it seems like a decent guess that Shipley is either a source for this reporting or he has confirmed the information. We'll see if Arians has anything else to say on the matter, though the Buccaneers coach would surely love to be done hearing about this. Or maybe Brady or Byron Leftwich will speak up at some point to address it.