Draw Brace congratulated Tom Brady who broke the NFL record for most passing yards when he played the Tampa Bay Buccaneers New England Patriots on Sunday night.
Brady scored in the first quarter with a pass to Mike Evans. There was no special ceremony for the record-breaking event. In the NBC broadcast, Brace showed Brady applauding, but there was no formal handshake or tribute in the middle of the game. Brace expressed his support for the superstar quarterback on Instagram.
“Congratulations to Tombradi for breaking the NFL All-Time Yardge record! We’ve had some epic battles over the years, but most importantly, we’ve managed to develop good friendships along the way,” he wrote with his photo college and Brady together.
“Some people may wonder what you’re doing at age 44, but I’m not. Your commitment and dedication to the game, your team and being the best is second to none. Very few people are aware of the stress, the sacrifice and the struggle. Playing. You’re putting on a show and bringing out the best in the people around you. Enjoy the moment you get! “
Brady is now at the top of the list with 80,560. Brace finished his career with 80,358. Brady completed 43 games for 229 with 269 passing yards.
In Sunday night’s match between the Bucks and the Patriots, Brady returned to New England after leaving Tampa Bella in his last off-season. The future Hall of Fame quarterback spent 20 years in New England and won six Super Bowls, including a franchise.