Tom Brady, former Tampa Bay QB, wins his seventh Super Bowl title in 2020. PHOTO: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

NFL legend Tom Brady has officially called it a career after winning seven Super Bowl Titles and three MVP awards during his 22 seasons. Brady is argued to be the best player in NFL history, leading in touchdown passes (624), passing yards (84,520), completions (7,263) and wins (243). At twenty-two years old, Brady joined the New England Patriots in 2000 for twenty seasons, winning six Super Bowl titles and four Super Bowl MVPs in a Patriot uniform. In 2020, Brady left the Patriots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, leading them to a Super Bowl victory in 2021 against the Kansas City Chiefs. 

After announcing his retirement earlier this month, Brady has decided to leave the field and join Hollywood in producing “80 for Brady,” a football-themed road trip centered on four women going to see Brady play in Super Bowl LI. The former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New England Patriots quarterback will play himself in the film and produce the movie through his production company, 199 Productions, established in 2020. 

“80 for Brady” will star an impressive cast: Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno and Sally Field, the four women who venture to Super Bowl LI on a road trip. While New England Fans are probably excited to relive the glory of the 2017 Super Bowl, Atlanta Falcons fans most likely aren’t. With a 28-3 lead at halftime, Atlanta fans had to endure a crushing loss to the Patriots winning 34-28 in overtime. 

“As I look back on my career in football, the memories we have made, and the relationships we have built are by far the most meaningful. Yes, the scoreboard was important, but the toughest times always taught me the most important lessons,” wrote Brady on his Instagram. 

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