Tom Brady joins super-celeb foursome for charity, splits his pants picking up golf ball

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There have been reports that six-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady wants to show a different side of who he is as a player and a person while continuing his career in Tampa Bay, but it’s not likely that what was seen on the links Sunday was what he had in mind.

Brady was playing golf in a foursome worthy of the greatest quarterback to ever play the game, partnering with golf pro Phil Mickelson to take on legendary Tiger Woods and former opponent Peyton Manning, who’s not a shabby quarterback himself, in a charity golf match at the Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida.

During the soggy match, the 42-year-old player split his pants… although he’d prove that he also has a world champion sense of humor.

Taking to Twitter, he shared a photo of his exposed backside, saying: “Pants wanted in on social distancing I guess…”

Manning did a little world champion trash talking while Brady was trying to tee off, talking about how hard it is to get to Brady.

He proceeds to name two quarterbacks who have defeated the former New England Patriot in Super Bowls — brother, Eli Manning, who played for the New York Giants, and Nick Foles, who played for the Philadelphia Eagles — as possible caddies.

Turns out, there was plenty of good-natured trash talking going on throughout the day:

Ultimately, Manning and Woods defeated Brady and Mickelson in the charity match.

And their efforts helped Capitol One bring in $20 million in coronavirus relief:

After 20 years and six championships in New England, Brady signed with the Tampa Bay Bucs last month, and explained part of his reasoning in an interview.

“This is a part for me in my life to experience something very different,” Brady told Stern. “There’s ways for me to grow and evolve in a different way that I haven’t had the opportunity to do. I never cared about legacy. I never once in high school said, ‘Man, I can’t wait for what my football legacy looks like.’ That’s not me, that’s not my personality.”

“Why would I choose a different place?” he continued. “It’s because it was just time. I don’t know what to say other than that. I accomplished everything I could in two decades with an incredible organization, an incredible group of people, and that will never change. No one can ever take that away from me. No one can ever take those experiences or Super Bowl championships away from us.”

After Sunday’s game, Brady tweeted: “Congrats to @TigerWoods and Peyton for a hard fought victory and thanks to @PhilMickelson for coaching your boy and keeping us in it. Now…back to my day job 😉”

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The longest-tenured writer at BizPac Review, Tom grew up in Maryland before moving to Central Florida as a young teen. It is in the Sunshine State that he honed both his passion for politics and his writing skills.
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