New England Patriots fans finally got a chance to thank Tom Brady for all he did for the organization during his illustrious 20-year tenure.
The Patriots honored the legendary quarterback before Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles and will do so with a halftime ceremony. To avoid missing any of the action, you can check back here for Brady updates below…
Before the game, Brady and Patriots owner Robert Kraft posed in front of the six Super Bowl trophies the GOAT brought to Foxboro.
Brady posted a photo of the six Lombardi trophies to his X page.
A number of Brady’s former Patriots teammates were in the house for the special occasion.
Brady got fans fired up just before kickoff, ringing the bell atop the new lighthouse as the first “Keeper of the Light” in Gillette Stadium history.
At halftime, the Patriots shared an emotional video thanking their longtime signal-caller.
The Patriots revealed Brady will be inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame on June 12, 2024. Kraft decided to waive the usual four-year waiting period for induction.
Brady wore his No. 12 Patriots jersey as he did his trademark pregame run while Jay-Z’s “Public Service Announcement” blared on the stadium speakers.
You can watch the full halftime ceremony, including Brady’s speech, here:
Brady watched the game in the Gillette Stadium owner’s box alongside Kraft and his parents, Galynn and Tom Brady Sr. The Patriots held their own against the Eagles but fell 25-20 when their last-minute drive ended at Philadelphia’s 20-yard line.