The new trend involving Tom Brady that the QB might use as motivation in the playoffs

Tom Brady continues to play and at 45 years old he’s on the brink of starting another playoff run, looking to try and reach his 11th Super Bowl, looking to secure his eight championship ring.

He’s regarded by many not only as the best quarterback of his generation, but the “GOAT” or the greatest of all time.

This has prompted a new trend that Brady might not entirely like, but he’s shown he can be a good sport with some of his younger colleagues.

Tom Brady is being asked to sign thrown interception balls

Tom Brady has been asked to sign the balls of interceptions he’s thrown, and even though it must be hard for him, he’s continously shown that he can be grateful to those who hold him in high regard.

It all started when San Francisco 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw asked him to sign the ball of an interception he secured while playing the Buccaneers, something that Brady said that felt like sh*t, but was still happy to do it.

“I try to be a gentleman. No, actually, I mean, look, it was a great play he made. I’m happy he’s got the ball. I wish I didn’t throw it, but I’m trying to be a good sport. Because a lot of times I’m not a good sport. I can be a pretty bad sport. In the moment when they get me in the right frame of mind, I’m actually a good sport.”

Tom Brady signed ball from last pass thrown with Patriots

Now, before his playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys, Tom Brady has been asked to sign the ball of his last pass thrown with the Patriots, which coincidentally was an interception.

The request came from Tennessee Titans defensive back Logan Ryan, to which Brady agreed and posted it on his social media platforms.