Tom Brady: Passing the historic 600th touchdown to quarterback fans demanding a round of golf in return

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In the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 38-3 victory over the Chicago Bears—he was sitting in the front row—after the wide receiver completed the Buccaneers’ third touchdown in the first quarter, Mike Evans scored the ball. Gave it to him.

The 44-year-old became the first player in NFL history to achieve this feat, and now Kennedy has the ball to commemorate that moment.

Because this is an achievement that both Brady and the NFL want to celebrate and immortal, they want the ball to come back for the game. After some bartering transactions, Kennedy gave up.

But there is a price to pay.

According to ESPN, Kennedy received two Brady signature jerseys, a helmet, an Evans signature jersey, a pair of his game cleats, $1,000 team store points, and two for the remainder of the 2021 season and the 2022 season. Season pass.

When asked in an interview with NFL Network whether he would be willing to renegotiate with the Buccaneers and Brady, Kennedy said he would not, but there was one more request.

“Play a round of golf with Tom in return,” he Said“I think that would be cool.”

Brady is an avid golfer and often spends his rest time on the court.

In 2020, he participated in “The Match: Champions for Charity”-a competition where four of the world’s greatest athletes compete against each other to raise funds for charity.

Teaming up with Phil Mickelson, Brady will face off with Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning. The goal is to raise more than 10 million U.S. dollars for Covid-19-related causes, and for front-line workers, small businesses and those in urgent need. Food people provide relief to the epidemic.

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Although it can be said that he provided the moment of the day-playing a hole on the fairway of the par 5-Brady and Mickelson lost to Woods and Manning by one hole. The event was a charity. Raised 20 million U.S. dollars.

He made his second appearance in the fourth edition of the “Game” in July, where he and Mickelson lost again to Bryson DeChambeau and Aaron Rogers.




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