Factbox-NFL-Tom Brady’s records and career highlights – Metro US

Factbox-NFL-Tom Brady’s records and career highlights

FILE PHOTO: NFL: Super Bowl LV-Kansas City Chiefs vs Tampa
FILE PHOTO: NFL: Super Bowl LV-Kansas City Chiefs vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers

(Reuters) – Factbox on seven-times Super Bowl winning quarterback Tom Brady, who announced his retirement on Tuesday following a career that spanned over two decades.

Name: Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr

Age: 44 (Born Aug. 3, 1977)

Education: University of Michigan

Year drafted: 2000

Seasons in the NFL: 22


* Most Super Bowl wins in NFL history: 7 (2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020)

* Most Super Bowl appearances in NFL history: 10

* Most Super Bowl MVP wins in NFL history: 5

* Most touchdown passes in NFL history: 624

* Most passing yards in NFL history: 84,520

* Most career regular-season wins in NFL history: 243

* Most playoff wins in NFL history: 35

* Most Pro Bowl selections in NFL history: 15

* First player in NFL history to win more than one title after turning 40

* Oldest player to appear in a Super Bowl: 43

* Youngest and oldest starting quarterback to win a Super Bowl

* No single team has more Super Bowl wins than Brady (Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers have won six each).


* Brady was drafted in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft where he was the 199th overall pick.

* Brady became the starting quarterback after an injury to Drew Bledsoe in 2001.

* Spent 20 seasons with the New England Patriots (an NFL record for quarterbacks) and he led the team to six Super Bowl titles, establishing a dynasty with head coach Bill Belichick.

* Joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020. In his first season, he guided the Bucs to their first Super Bowl title since 2003.

* His 5,316 passing yards (career high) and 43 passing touchdowns are the most by a player in their final season in NFL history.

* Only quarterback to make 600 career touchdown passes in the regular season.

* Never had a losing season with the Patriots or the Bucs as a starting quarterback.

(Compiled by Rohith Nair in Bengaluru; Editing by Christian Radnedge)