The Patriots pause when Bucs’ Tom Brady breaks the NFL pass record

The Patriots pause when Bucs' Tom Brady breaks the NFL pass record

Tom Brady He needs only 68 yards in Sunday’s much-anticipated game against New England Patriots to bypass Drew Press For a yards-out NFL career, but don’t expect too much of a party at Gillette Stadium.

The sources said ESPN that when Brady reaches the achievement on Sunday, the Patriots plans to pause play to acknowledge his achievement but won’t stop the game like New Orleans Saints I did in 2018 for Bryce.

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Patriots owner Robert Kraft told the outlet that the organization was planning to honor Brady with a pre-match tribute video.

“I want everyone in this building to know, just before the pirates come out, you look at the big board and for a minute we’re going to run something that I think is very respectful and worthy,” he said.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Patriots owner Robert Kraft celebrate winning the 2019 Super Bowl.
(Reuters/Mike Segar)


“And if he ends up breaking the record – although in some ways I think I hope he doesn’t, but realistically – the game will stop, and we will honor that moment out of respect for him as a great athlete and what he gave us.”

When Brees set the record in the Saints Superdome against Washington soccer team In 2018, the match was halted for a party with minutes remaining in the second quarter.

His family joined Brees on the field and he handed the game ball to Pro Football Hall of Fame President and CEO David Baker to take it to Canton, Ohio.


There’s no doubt Brady will break Breeze’s record, but he probably won’t be surprised by the brief acknowledgment.

“Well, I don’t expect homecoming,” he said in “Let’s go!” Podcast earlier this week.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) in the first half against the Atlanta Falcons at Raymond James Stadium.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) in the first half against the Atlanta Falcons at Raymond James Stadium.
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“The home crowd at Gillette is a huge crowd,” Brady said. “And I think if they knew anything about me, they would know that I would try to win the football match. So I think they would respect that about me. I definitely respect that they are there to attract their team, and that is the way the sport goes.”

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