Tom Brady, ‘The Greatest Quarterback of All Time’ has announced his retirement from the NFL after 22 seasons playing for the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in which he won 7 Super Bowl titles.
Tom Brady in his last season played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in which he went to the NFC Divisional Round where they got knocked out by the Los Angeles Rams which ultimately became the last match of Tom Brady‘s career.
When Brady won the Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2021, the whole team went to the White House to meet the president which is a tradition in American Sports where he appeared to take a dig at the former President of the USA, Donald Trump.
While Brady has a longtime friendship with Donald Trump, that doesn’t mean the quarterback wasn’t ready to crack plenty of jokes at his expense when he had Joe Biden standing right next to him on the occasion.
“People started calling me ‘Sleepy Tom'”- Tom Brady reflecting on the incident in Chicago
Brady in the White House took a dig at Donald Trump and said, “Not a lot of people think we could win, in fact, 40 percent, still don’t think we won. You understand that, Mr. President?”
Tom Brady also spoke about the incident in Chicago where he lost the count of downs on the play and said, “People started calling me ‘Sleepy Tom’.”
Since Brady has now retired, moments like these will be left behind to reflect upon what kind of a cheerful person he was off the field while on field he was a straight killer who just wanted to win at any cost and had the competitive winning spirit throughout his career.
Tom Brady’s legacy is cemented and there is no denying the fact that he is “THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME”, which is proved by the records that he has set which will be nearly impossible for anyone to break and all the accolades that he has which will be hard to replicate by anyone in future.