Robert Kraft Makes BIG Tom Brady Announcement

The New England Patriots have announced that they will honor their former quarterback Tom Brady at their home opener in 2023. Brady, who retired earlier this year after 23 seasons in the NFL, spent 20 years with the Patriots and led them to six Super Bowl titles.

The Patriots owner Robert Kraft said that Brady is “a Patriot from start to finish” and that he wants to celebrate his 20 years with the team. Kraft also said that he hopes to have Brady sign a one-day contract and retire as a Patriot, as well as find ways to honor him for many years to come.

“The greatest player in the history of the game played right here in Foxborough, and I’m happy to tell you … I invited him back to come here and be with us at the opening game,” team owner Robert Kraft told Good Morning Football on Thursday morning.

Brady, who played his last three seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, thanked the Patriots and Kraft in a tweet after announcing his retirement. He said that he is “forever grateful” for his time in New England and that he has “nothing but love” for the organization and the fans.

The Patriots have not revealed the details of how they will honor Brady at their home opener, but it is expected to be a memorable and emotional tribute for one of the greatest players in NFL history. Brady holds several franchise and league records, including most wins by a quarterback, most passing yards, most passing touchdowns, and most Super Bowl MVP awards.

Brady’s legacy with the Patriots is undeniable, and his return to Foxborough will be a special occasion for everyone involved. The Patriots fans will have a chance to show their appreciation for the man who brought them so much joy and success for two decades.



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