Tom Brady assured this Sunday that he will be eternally faithful to the New England Patriots, an NFL team for which he played for more than 20 years.
“What will never change in my life, regardless of what happens, is that I am going to be a proud ‘Patriot’ for life. It was an extraordinary 20 years in this city, there is no better place to be than in this campaign inauguration“said the man who is considered the best player in the history of the NFL in a tribute that was made to him this Sunday at halftime of the New England Patriots game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Gillette Stadium.
Brady, who won six Super Bowls with the Patriots and who retired last February, thanked the almost 66,000 fans present in the stadium for the ovation.
“Tom, there are not enough words to express how much we want to thank you. We hope to do so today and at the ceremony in which you will enter the Hall of Fame in the future to confirm yourself as the greatest of all time.. Thank you for everything,” said Robert Kraft, owner of the Patriots, in the middle of the tribute.
Tom Brady played his last season with New England in 2019 and joined the “Pats” for the 2000 season.
Along with the Patriots, Brady won Super Bowls XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLIX, LI and LIIIbeing named the most valuable player in five of those six Super Bowls.
After leaving New England, Brady played three more seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a team with which he won a seventh Super Bowl (LV) ring, becoming the player with the most titles in NFL history.
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