training camp has now become a family affair for . As the 44-year-old quarterback enters his second season with Tampa Bay, his 13-year-old son Jack has been with the club serving as a ballboy during practices."It's great," Brady said Wednesday of having his son around camp. Josh Reddick Jersey "He's at a good age. The more I get to do with him the better it is. We have a great time together and it's really a treat for me to have him. He thinks it's fun but it's probably way better for me Evan Gattis Jersey having him out here. It's really, really cool."He added: "He's just a great kid. I don't want to blow his head up too much. He probably wouldn't even read this. Just a real special kid. It's fun to be with him. He's good with everything, you know, let's run, go on the boat, let's golf, let's ride bikes Roy Oswalt Jersey and he is pretty cool with anything." Tom Brady's son Jack joined the as a ball boy. Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) Similar to his father, Jack seems to be impre sing the Buccaneers upon his arrival with head coach Bruce Arians saying "there's no doubt" that he's a chip off the old block to his dad. "He's done a heck of a job," said Arians. "He knows how to get them back. He's the 'get-back coach' right now and he's doing a hell of a job."When informed about Arians' scouting report on his son, Brady Francisco Liriano Jersey said, "He listens pretty well. I have to keep him hydrated out there though. I'm trying to make sure he is always drinking. It's so hot out here and you always lose a lot and he doesn't think much, he's just running around. But he gets home and he's wiped out. Trying to keep his fluids in him. He probably hears a lot of words that he doesn't typically hear at his school but that's being on a football field."Tampa Bay is Nolan Ryan Jersey currently rolling through joint practices with the leading up to their preseason matchup on Saturday. Brady, Gronk and the gang are back. Are the Bucs ready to hoist the Lombardi Trophy again? . Favorite the Bucs now if you've already downloaded the CBS Sports app so you don't mi s a thing.