Tom Brady had a poor showing at the 2000 NFL Scouting Combine, and he certainly didn't wow anyone with his physical stature.
The New England Patriots quarterback posted Tuesday on Instagram and Twitter his infamous shirtless photo from that combine. He even joked in the caption, "Did they stop taking these photos after mine??"
Tuesday (April 16), of course, is the 19th anniversary of the Patriots drafting Brady in the sixth round (199th overall) in the 2000 NFL Draft.
Patriots safety Devin McCourty and former Patriots backup quarterback Jacoby Brissett couldn't help poking fun at Brady for his picture, and the 41-year-old even responded to their Instagram comments. Check out the interactions in the photos below.
Brady has become more active on social media since the Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII in February, which includes him joining Twitter. He's certainly providing plenty of laughs for Patriots fans, which is welcomed during the slow periods of the NFL offseason.
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Tom Brady's Sunday afternoon of golfing with Peyton Manning, Tiger Woods, and Phil Mickelson was eventful, to say the least.
The ex-New England Patriots quarterback began "The Match" by struggling through the first six holes. Then, he finally got back on track with an amazing shot that briefly quieted the naysayers.
Unfortunately for Brady, the shot may have been overshadowed by him simultaneously splitting his pants. Just look at the photo below:
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As you can imagine, Twitter had some fun with Brady's mishap:
It's OK, Tom. It happens to the best of us.
Tom Brady has a thing for comebacks.
The former New England Patriots quarterback was struggling mightily through the first few holes of "The Match" on Sunday. Then, he totally redeemed himself.
Just watch this shot below and enjoy:
"Shut your mouth, Chuck," Brady said to Charles Barkley, who had been chirping him throughout the match.
We should have known a comeback was around the corner. Didn't 28-3 teach us anything?
Just as Twitter had a field day with Brady's early struggles, it enjoyed watching Brady sink that improbable shot:
Bravo, Tom. Bravo.