Tom Brady reveals Son Benjamin Does Not Want To Become NFL QB – But Wants To Emulate One Of His Most Famous Team-mates….. Fans Reacts

Tom Brady is enjoying family time and training his son to be the next Gronk

 

TOM Brady has revealed his son Benjamin does not want to follow in his footsteps and play quarterback. Instead, Benny hopes to become a star NFL tight end like his father’s friend and ex-teammate, Rob Gronkowski.

Tom Brady reveals Son Benjamin Does Not Want To Become NFL QB – But  Wants To Emulate One Of His Most Famous Team-mates..... Fans Reacts

The NFL kicks off without Brady, 46, on any roster for the first time in 23 years. The seven-time Super Bowl champion is enjoying his retired life as he gets to spend more time with his three children. It’s not completely devoid of football though, he explained in the latest episode of his Let’s Go! podcast, with Benjamin, 13, wanting to take up the sport. Brady added his son already knows what position he wants to play. “He wants to be a tight end like Gronk, and he’s gonna be a little beast,” the NFL icon said, adding that Gronkowski loved the news. And he continued:

 

Tom Brady reveals Son Benjamin Does Not Want To Become NFL QB – But  Wants To Emulate One Of His Most Famous Team-mates..... Fans Reacts

“He’s an amazing kid and he’s got a lot of talents. He’s a really talented musician and artist. “And then he told me this year, ‘Dad, I’m playing football.’ And I was like, ‘What do you wanna play?’ “And he was like, ‘Tight end. I wanna be like Gronk!'”Brady and Gronkowski developed a close relationship when they played for the New England Patriots. Gronk even unretired when the quarterback left New England to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020 – and then helped him lead the team to a Super Bowl title in their first season in Florida.

Tom Brady reveals Son Benjamin Does Not Want To Become NFL QB – But  Wants To Emulate One Of His Most Famous Team-mates..... Fans Reacts

The super duo won four championships together. They are also the second-most prolific NFL pairing in league history, connecting for 105 touchdowns in 11 seasons together. Only Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison had more during their time with the Indianapolis Colts. Brady is going to be honored by the Patriots during their Week 1 clash against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. And as they prepare to celebrate their ex-star’s legacy, they recently unearthed his first conference call after drafting the quarterback with the No. 199 pick in 2000.

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