I don't put this past Bruce Arians at all.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are planning to have a "voluntary bubble" situation for players during the regular season.
This should happen to every team, but while I realize you can't make all players do this, Tampa has one thing all other NFL teams do not - Tom Brady. All he has to do is tell them to all do it, assure them that they'll win a Super Bowl at the end of this season, and viola! A Tampa Bay Bubble. The one thing I can see players straying away from this one is if they have families, and/or children. It would be very hard to pick between the two. Can you imagine being away from a baby or small child and missing all of their milestones to play a game? I can't.
On the flip side, what if Brady does not elect to do this? How can he, as the 'leader' of the team, expect other players to do the same?