While Tom Brady’s birthday isn’t yet a NFL occasion – – trust that the association will send off “Tom Brady Training Camp Day” where fans can pet goats and eat cake – – it’s essentially as close as any name day comes.
Conceived Aug. 3, 1977, in San Mateo, California, Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. keeps obliterating NFL records, especially those age-related ones. Father Time grates his teeth with each snap Brady takes, ridiculing the previous’ ideal record.
At the point when Brady finishes his most memorable pass in Week 1, the Bucs QB will join Hall of Famer George Blanda as the main players to have a passing yard at age 45 or more in NFL history. Similarly, with one rush yard or one gathering, Brady would be the principal player in NFL history with a rush yard or gathering at age 45 or more established.
Out of appreciation for TB12’s birthday, the break NFL Research crew set up certain notes. How about we dig through as we scarf down some sans sugar avocado cake:
. American culture the year Brady was brought into the world in 1977:
The top film in the cinema world was Star Wars ($307,263,857 complete gross).
The top tune of the year was Tonight’s the Night (Gonna Be Alright) by Rod Stewart.
Laverne and Shirley was the first class network show.
Stephen King’s The Shining was distributed.
Macintosh delivered the Apple II, the organization’s most memorable PC.