New faces from various NFL franchises had the chance to meet the seven-time Super Bowl champion tom brady on Friday, and the veteran quarterback shared tips on what he says paved the way for his legendary career.
2023 first-round draft picks Bryce Young, CJ Stroud and Anthony Richardson and tennessee titans Second-round pick Will Levis had lunch with former Tampa Bay Buccaneers signal player at the home of Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin, ESPN reported.
The rapper also attended travis scott.
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“Okay, going to the second round, in the end, that’s not really a big deal,” Brady said in a video posted to social media. “Being first overall, in the end, it’s not a big deal. It’s great, you get a chance. You probably get paid more than anyone for a period of time, but I was drafted 199. I just survived everyone.”
Brady was selected by the famous New England Patriots in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft. He would go on to create a legacy, not only in New England, but also as one of the best to play the game.
“There’s another me back there, so how do I keep my lead on everyone? I had to keep working. I didn’t say, ‘Hey, I’m good. Right, I’ve won three Super Bowls, I’m good. ‘” Brady explained.
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Young was the first overall draft pick out of Alabama. Stroud was drafted No. 2 overall by the Houston Texans, while Richardson was selected by the Indianapolis Colts with the No. 4 pick.
Of those in attendance, Brady’s comments probably resonated most with Levis, who was projected to be in the top 10 before being taken in the second round.
“When something goes wrong with Trav, or Mike with his company, with me, the only thing you can do is work harder, man,” Brady added in another clip shared on Rubin’s Instagram.
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“The only thing you can do is work harder. Losses can’t make you work less hard. I think that’s the point. When the s—fan hits, you have to change the energy. You have to put more into it. Never less in that.”
“Be curious, be humble and work hard,” he later added.
Brady officially retired for the second time earlier this year, but vowed it will be permanent this time.