brave cat has said he “loves” watching Aaron Rodgers play against two veteran midfielders facing each other on Sunday.
This will be the third time since signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that Brady faces Rodgers, as the Bucs beat the Green Bay Packers in the teams’ two previous encounters – including at the NFC Championship this year. 2021.
“He’s an incredible player, has been around for a long time,” Brady told reporters when asked about facing Rodgers, with whom he teamed up on golf earlier this year. Match.
“I love watching him play and he’s also from California, so I feel like we’ve always had a bit of a connection.
“He’s an older guy now. He has been a great player in the same place for a long time. There were definitely some challenges with that, but he navigated them pretty well and did an excellent job leading the team. They have won a lot of games since he was there. ”
Brady’s Tampa Bay took a 2-0 lead for the season, thanks in large part to the team’s solid defense, which recorded wins over the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints at the start of the 2022 NFL season.
Although the results have gone his way, Brady has hinted that he is “near the end” of his NFL career and has returned from retirement earlier this year.
Earlier this week, Brady also revealed that he had given seven Super Bowl championship rings – the six he won with the New England Patriots – to a friend who was arranging for them to be displayed at a museum in Qatar during World Cup 2022.
Brady said on ‘Let’s Go!’ podcast on Monday, “I Gave Them [the seven rings] to a friend of mine who sent them so they could enjoy them in a museum in Qatar. Fans and tourists will be able to enjoy them for the duration of the World Cup.”
Asked more about it on Thursday, Brady told reporters: “I’ve visited Qatar a few times and really enjoyed it. There is a great sports museum there.
“I wanted to allow so many people there to be able to watch American football and the impact it has on our lives and the greatness of a sport. For them to see what we play for, I think, would be a really great thing. ”