Tom Brady is certainly a miracle to the NFL. Doing what he does at 44 is most certainly commendable and absolutely crazy. He not only delivers but also plays at his peak performance whilst in his mid-40s. And with that, the legacy that he has created out of his 21 years and counting career in the NFL will go untouched for generations to come.
Tom Brady does not seem to back down at all costs and gives the new generation of players a very tough competition that makes them question their abilities in the gridiron. And since he has been in the league for so long, he is bound to break several records. Especially now when his arch-rival Drew Brees has called it quits.
However, his recent record has nothing to do with his longevity in the league, but the class that he carries out of his name. As recently in an NFL auction, Brady’s game-worn signed jersey has become the highest bid item in the NFL Auction ever. Currently standing at a whopping level of $195,500, it is still up for grabs in the auction.
It has been reported that the amount acquired from the auction will be used for the benefit of the TB12 Foundation. The TB12 Foundation helps athletes inch closer to their desired goals by improving longevity, preventing injury, and staying on the field, court, track, or course for longer.
Athletes of newer generations have begun admiring his commitment and discipline to continue with a harsh routine like TB12. However, many new athletes have trained themselves just like the veteran QB to improve their longevity.
And as the sporting world starts to recognize the importance of the TB12 program, Tom Brady wants to take it to the next level by making it available to all with the help of his foundation.