Tom Brady jokes about retirement after reaching 1,000 rushing yards

Tom Brady Refused To Step Backwards On A Kneel Down To Keep His 1,000 Yard Rushing Milestone

Patriots QB Brady finally joins 1000-yard rushing club

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen received national attention after having a fiery sideline conversation with New England Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick.

Meanwhile, in the third quarter on Sunday, Brady threw his 579th touchdown pass (regular season and playoffs) to tie Peyton Manning for tops all-time.

That milestone is Brady eclipsing 1,000 career rushing yards as a QB.

Brady followed up on Monday with a video announcing that he was retiring because he had finally reached the 1,000-yard plateau.

The Patriots' official Twitter account had some fun in noting Brady's "milestone", as he needed 5 yards entering the game. That includes kneel downs at the end of the game. On Sunday, he reached the mark that has eluded him for so long: the 1,000-yard-rusher club.

"I don't want to make too much of a four- or five-yard gain. That wasn't really a difference in the game". "I'm not going to save the ball". "And obviously, I'm not a scrambler". Running for it, made a good third down on that one, and I just give a lot of credit to the offensive line.

Brady could play for several more seasons, in which case the Patriots' 2019 first-round pick should probably be used on a defensive player, but if the right QB is there, New England might as well roll the dice and try to hit gold.

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