Tom Brady Excited For Homecoming In Foxborough As Patriots Honor Legendary Quarterback

Photo: Instagram/Tom Brady 

Tom Brady expressed his anticipation for his return to Foxborough for the New England Patriots' home opener, describing it as a remarkable gesture by the organization.

The Patriots' legendary former quarterback will be honored during the game against the Philadelphia Eagles, a decision announced by team owner Robert Kraft in May.

Speaking on ESPN, Brady shared his appreciation for the kind gesture and his longstanding relationship with Kraft.

Photo: Instagram/Tom Brady 

He cherished his time in Foxborough since his arrival and always felt like a member of the organization, despite his recent tenure with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Brady expressed excitement about reconnecting with the fans, teammates, and friends he left behind. The quarterback's two-decade dynasty with the Patriots included six Super Bowl victories and 17 division titles. During various media appearances, Brady was asked how he planned to channel his competitive spirit now that his football career had come to an end.

He acknowledged that he still possessed a strong desire to compete but emphasized that it could manifest in different areas of his life. While he didn't foresee himself returning to the field competitively, he expressed his commitment to giving his all in whatever he pursued.

Brady also mentioned his aspirations of becoming a minority owner of the Las Vegas Raiders, a prospect that excited him and was currently in progress. He envisioned being the third player in NFL history to have an ownership interest in a team and saw it as a dream come true.

Additionally, he highlighted his passion for the sport and his desire to have a positive impact on it through broadcasting and other ventures, as football had shaped him into the person he is today.

Being part of the NFL in such a capacity would be a fulfilling experience for the California-born quarterback.

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Source: NFL


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