Tom Brady Throws 600th TD pass; Leaves Young Fan In Tears

The man, the myth, the legend, Tom Brady, threw for his 600th career passing TD Sunday afternoon in Tampa Bay.

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At the tender age of 44,Tom Brady continues to defy the odds and is impressing once again in his 22nd NFL season.

Brady threw for his 600th career TD pass against the Chicago Bears today in Tampa Bay on a pass to WR Mike Evans.

After Evans caught the monumental 600th TD pass, he accidentally gave it to a fan. Luckily for Tom Brady and the Hall of Fame, the Bucs staff was able to make a deal with the fan to retrieve the ball. Brady commented on the fact after the game:

With under a minute left in the game, Tom Brady made his way over to a young fan who was holding a sign that stated “Tom Brady helped me beat brain cancer”.

The Bucs beat the Bears 38-3 while Tom Brady threw for 211 yards and 4 TDs.


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