Tom Brady jokes about ending NFL retirement while nailing a drone
Football legend Tom Brady may be retired, but that didn’t stop him from making a bold statement during a recent video collaboration with YouTuber and philanthropist Jimmy Donaldson, aka Mr. Beast. In the video, which quickly broke records on YouTube, Brady is challenged to hit a drone on the wing with a football while on Donaldson’s $300 million yacht. “If I hit the drone on the first try, maybe I should come out of retirement,” Brady quipped before confidently throwing a perfect pass that hit the drone with ease. Despite retirement rumors swirling after some Dolphins speculation, Brady has remained firm in his decision to step away from the NFL.
Who is Tom Brady?
Tom Brady is a retired American football quarterback who won seven Super Bowl championships during his career.
Who is Jimmy Donaldson?
Jimmy Donaldson, aka Mr. Beast, is a YouTuber and philanthropist known for his elaborate and creative video content.
What is the video collaboration between Brady and Mr. Beast about?
The video collaboration between Brady and Mr. Beast features Brady attempting to hit a drone with a football from Donaldson’s yacht.
Did Brady hit the drone?
Yes, Brady successfully hit the drone with his first try.
Has Brady retired from the NFL?
Yes, Brady announced his retirement in February and has not shown any signs of returning to the sport.
Did the video break records on YouTube?
Yes, the video quickly became the second most-viewed video in YouTube history.
Tom Brady makes a quip about resuming his NFL career while expertly operating a drone
Legendary quarterback Tom Brady has demonstrated that he still has what it takes to make the big plays. In a video collaboration with popular YouTuber and philanthropist Jimmy Donaldson, better known as Mr. Beast, the seven-time Super Bowl winner took on the challenge of throwing a football at a drone from his yacht. Before making the throw, Brady joked that if he hit the drone on his first attempt, he might come out of retirement. The 45-year-old quarterback then cocked his arm back and delivered a perfect strike, hitting the drone on the right wing with pinpoint accuracy.
The video also showed Brady warming up on the boat before the big throw. While retirement is still his primary stance, rumors started circulating about a potential return to the NFL after concerns arose regarding Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s health. Brady’s children accompanied him in the video which broke YouTube records, garnering over five million views in just 24 hours and becoming the platform’s second most-viewed video ever. For now, however, it seems that Brady is content to spend time with his family and participate in fun challenges with friends like Mr. Beast.