Published: Sat, June 29, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Tom Brady praises his throws

Tom Brady praises his throws

Tom Brady will turn 42 years old in just over a month and is coming off his record sixth Super Bowl win.

Right now, there's no sign of Tom Brady slowing down.

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He's continued to remind Kellerman that his take, was, well, hot, too.

Brady posted a photo to his instagram story on Thursday measuring a 61-mph throw with the caption "he's gonna fall off a cliff".

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If there is one thing that Tom Brady enjoys the most - besides winning Super Bowls - it's proving his doubters wrong. Among those who have wrongly assumed the Brady decline is ESPN's Max Kellerman.

For some perspective on the 61 miles per hour from Brady's radar gun, Patrick Mahomes was clocked at 62 miles per hour in 2017 as an National Football League draft prospect.

Of course, Brady has not become a bum.

Brady has since appeared in three consecutive Super Bowls, including an MVP performance when he orchestrated the Patriots' historic comeback versus the Atlanta Falcons.

The Patriots recently added first-round draft pick N'Keal Harry, Demaryius Thomas, Maurice Harris and Dontrelle Inman to a receiving corps that already had Julian Edelman and Phillip Dorsett.

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