It’s Mother’s Day, and social media is filled with people expressing their thankfulness for the women who raised them and cared for them. NFL players are no exception.
Players had some really sweet messages for their moms and wives. Rams cornerback Kayvon Webster praised his mother’s strength.
Unconditional love ! Mom spent the time that she was supposed to be a kid actually raising her children, She was tough as nails and did not suffer fools at all. And the truth was she could not afford to. She spoke the truth, bluntly, directly, and without much varnish. A strong mother never tells her son to be weak so the wolves can eat instead she insists to toughen up this is reality we’re living in I am her son. Trials & tribulation raised me hard times made me no matter what we go through I’m here for ya put my pride to the side !
“At some point, everybody moves on,” Brady said. “Some people don’t do it on their terms. I feel I want it to be on my terms.”
Brady’s football career got off to a fairly inauspicious start. He started out as the seventh-string quarterback at the University of Michigan, and everyone knows that he fell all the way into the sixth round before the Patriots selected him with the 199th pick in the 2000 draft.
But what you may not know is that Brady’s early days in football were just as much of a battle. In the interview, Brady shared that his high school team went 0-8 in his freshman season, and Brady wasn’t good enough to win the starting job even though the guy ahead of him on the depth chart threw just two touchdown passes all season.
Brady certainly wasn’t the G.O.A.T. back then, but he may be wrong about whether he is now.