It was real sensational news: none other than NFL superstar Tom Brady announced his comeback on Sunday. (the eXXpress reported). Just 40 days after retiring on Feb. 1, the 44-year-old quarterback backed out. “In the past two months I’ve realized that my place is still on the field and not in the stands,” wrote the most successful professional in NFL history with seven Super Bowl victories on his social media channels.
National Football League fans cheered. A buyer who bought the ball with which the most successful quarterback in history threw his last touchdown pass probably has less reason to be happy. The ball was auctioned for $518,000. It was the 55-yard pass to receiver Mike Evans last January. Overall, Brady threw 85,000 yards during his career. Now after the announcement of his comeback some will be added. The buyer will probably no longer see his money.
Brady will be playing his 23rd season in the league for the Bucs, with whom he won the Super Bowl two years ago and lost to eventual champion Los Angeles Rams in the playoffs last season to get there