New England Patriots: Tom Brady looks ready for 2018 with wild trick throw
By Nick Ziegler
With training camp almost here, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady showed off his accuracy with a nifty trick throw.
After coming off an MVP season with the New England Patriots in 2017, Tom Brady is getting ready for what he hopes will be another great season that results in a Super Bowl.
Despite the success of New England, there has been quite a bit of drama surrounding Brady and the Patriots. However, Brady appears to be ready to go for the start of the 2018 season, and a ready is a great thing for the Patriots.
Last season in his MVP campaign, Brady totaled 4,577 passing yards, 32 touchdowns, and eight interceptions. This marked the fourth season in a row that Brady totaled fewer than 10 interceptions in a season, as his accuracy and ball control has been fantastic.
With training camp opening up to the public on Thursday, Brady recently showed that he had no signs of rust with a nice trick throw.
Possibly in the spirit of having the British Open on over the weekend, Brady completed a long pass to a man riding on the back of a golf cart. On the throw, Brady hits the guy on the cart in stride and walks away with confidence before the throw even gets there.
Even though Brady has been doing a lot of traveling and such this offseason, he certainly looks like he isn’t rusty at all judging by this throw. Despite being over 40-years-old, Brady is still playing at an elite level for the Patriots. While his future might be a bit uncertain because of his age, Brady hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down just yet.
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With a lot of new wide receivers on the Patriots this coming season, it will be important for Brady to build some chemistry with them. Judging by his form right now, Brady looks ready to tackle another season.