Longtime New York Giants pass rusher Michael Strahan couldn’t wait to wish former New England Patriots and current Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady a happy birthday on Monday. With the veteran signal caller turning 43 years old, Strahan wasted absolutely no time in posting a very telling photo to “honor” — and joke around with — Brady, who just recently became a member of the Buccaneers after two decades in New England.
However, Tom Brady was quick to clap back at Strahan with a quip of his own. Although Brady is still somehow playing at a very high level, Strahan and the Giants will always have not one but two Super Bowl victories over the Patriots.
Thanks, Mike. Guess we’ll just have to run it back…on a football field…where I still go to work every day…😉 https://t.co/MHzPWtIDJa
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) August 3, 2020
Currently gearing up for his first go-round as a member of the Buccaneers, the 43-year-old Tom Brady notably inked a two-year deal with the NFC South franchise earlier in the offseason. After appearing in nine title games while winning a stellar six Super Bowl titles during his time with the Patriots, Brady is now looking to revamp yet another NFL franchise down in Tampa Bay.
Luckily for Tom Brady, he will inherit quite the offense upon making his way from Massachusetts to Florida as the Buccaneers presently employ wide receivers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, running backs Ronald Jones II and LeSean McCoy and tight ends Cameron Brate, O.J. Howard and Rob Gronkowski, who came out of retirement in order to once again suit up alongside his former New England running mate.
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