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Want to feel old today? Tom Brady’s NFL career just turned 21 years old. Yup. That’s right. It just reached adulthood.
It was pointed out on Twitter by Front Office Sports that Friday was actually the day that the New England Patriots took Brady with the 199th overall pick.
In that time span, he’s had 10 Super Bowl appearances, seven championships, 14 Pro-Bowl selections and has made a boat load of money. He’s also changed teams, obviously, and is with the Buccaneers.
What did Brady have to say about all of that? Only that today is the day that his NFL career can finally buy a beer.
Big day. My NFL career can legally buy a beer
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Absolutely hilarious. Just the perfect reaction. People also made the incredibly obvious joke about the wobbly exit he made from the Super Bowl parade.
Your NFL career tonight...— Jordan Moore (@iJordanMoore)
— brianna pirre (@bsp_13)
That’s so good. Cheers to Tom Brady’s lengthy career. It deserves it.MORE:
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