Celebrity quarterback Tom Brady considered to be a G.O.A.T. (greatest athlete of all times) has given sage advice to future athletes. In a recent advertisement the legendary quarterback penned a letter addressed to the younger generation of athletes urging them to build their own identities. The QB, who doesn’t do things in half measures, got legendary celebrity actor Morgan Freeman to read the letter, in his inimitable voice.
In the letter written by Tom Brady and narrated by the iconic celebrity Morgan Freeman, the QB tells young athletes that they needn’t be the “next” anybody. They just had to be the best versions of themselves. The legendary footballer of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers told future athletes to promise themselves that they would not compare themselves to anyone including the legend himself and if they did so “the rest falls in place.”
This letter written by Tom Brady and narrated by Morgan Freeman was shot as part of an Under Armour advertisement. The star player of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has had a long association with the clothing company. He has been associated with the athletic apparel brand for years despite promoting his own brand.
Under Armour has strategically chosen Tom Brady as its spokesperson for promoting its athletic clothing brand to young sportspersons. Although the NFL quarterback has more Super Bowl rings than any other player, he has worked hard to achieve this success.
The Tom Brady ad for Under Armour featuring the iconic voice of celebrity Morgan Freeman is expected to be aired across the nation, on September 11, on NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” program. It includes a showdown between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Tom Brady’s team) and the Dallas Cowboys.
Celebrity QB Tom Brady shared the message on social media. The Instagram post by the football icon got hundreds of millions of likes as it addresses the expectations and distractions that can beset the new generation of athletes. The letter seeks to dispel the toxic effects that might arise from social media trolls and adverse commenters.