Brady’s latest came Sunday as he became the first quarterback in NFL history to pass for 600 career touchdowns.
He reached that mark in a blowout win over the Chicago Bears in a game that had the dynamic duo of Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on the call.
Brady set the new record and for some reason, Mike Evans gave the ball away to a fan.
This created a problem for those with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looking to keep that piece of history.
Luckily, a staff member seemed to do some great negotiating and Romo narrated the exchange in a hilarious manner.
Mike Evans accidently gave Tom Brady's 600 TD game ball to a fan and they worked the entire break to try to get it back from the fan.
Tony Romo suggested they'll give the fan a date with Gisele 🤣🤣pic.twitter.com/oIYu1xmcdu
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) October 24, 2021
There didn’t actually seem to be too much convincing needed, but Romo still had the great quip about the fan bargaining for a date with Brady’s wife, Gisele.
Having Fun On The Broadcast
Romo has made a name for himself in the broadcasting world in the matter of just a few years.
He is on CBS’ top team alongside Nantz and should be in that role for decades to come.
The crazy thing about Romo calling a game featuring Brady is that the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback is still only 41 years old.
Yet there he is in the booth watching a 44-year-old Brady continue to dominate the NFL.
— NFL (@NFL) October 24, 2021
Oh, and Romo has been out of the NFL since 2017.
His new gig seems to be a lot of fun and he gets a prime slot every Sunday to watch a great game and talk about the sport he seems to love.
Now fans will be waiting to see if Brady takes to Twitter to respond to this joke from Romo.
Such banter is not out of the realm of possibility for Brady now that he is having fun and playing more carefree in Florida.