New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is at the University of Michigan and he just threw a touchdown pass to a future Patriots first round pick:
This is Brady throwing a pass to his nine-year-old son Jack Brady, who is expected to be the top choice of Patriots head coach Bill Belichick in the year 2028. The Brady-to-Brady connection is expected to still be going strong at that point.
Brady is a graduate of the University of Michigan and he spent his Saturday supporting his alma mater. The Patriots future Hall of Fame quarterback is suspended for the first four games of the NFL season, so he decided to make the trip to support his college team.
Brady also met with fellow Michigan alum and Dolphins owner Stephen Ross.
Tom Brady talking with Michigan donor and Dolphins owner Stephen Ross. @KennyAllen91 with the photobomb. pic.twitter.com/4vMVrlkyJO— Brad Galli (@BradGalli) September 17, 2016
I’m sure there was some friendly banter taking place.
Update: Here’s Brady playing catch with former 49ers head coach and current Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh:
Tom Brady and Jim Harbaugh playing catch before Michigan's game. pic.twitter.com/c0brCiqk1P— Brad Galli (@BradGalli) September 17, 2016
Is Harbaugh wearing receivers gloves? Anyone else cringing every time the ball comes to Brady, hoping that he doesn’t jam a finger?