Tom Brady wants simply 68 yards in Sunday’s closely anticipated sport towards the New England Patriots to surpass Drew Brees for the NFL profession passing yards report, however don’t count on a lot of a celebration at Gillette Stadium. 

Sources instructed ESPN that when Brady reaches the milestone on Sunday, the Patriots plan to pause play to acknowledge his achievement however won’t cease the sport just like the New Orleans Saints did in 2018 for Brees. 

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Patriots proprietor Robert Kraft instructed the outlet that the group does plan to honor Brady with a tribute video earlier than the sport. 

​​”I want everyone in this building to know, right before the Buccaneers come out, you look at the big board and for one minute we’re going to run something that I think is very respectful and worthy,” he stated.

New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady and Patriots owner Robert Kraft celebrate winning the 2019 Super Bowl.

New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady and Patriots proprietor Robert Kraft rejoice profitable the 2019 Super Bowl.
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in 2018, the sport stopped for a ceremony with minutes left within the second quarter. 

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees runs off the field after a game against the Washington Redskins at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees runs off the sphere after a sport towards the Washington Redskins on the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
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Brees was joined by his household on the sphere and handed the sport ball to Pro Football Hall of Fame President and CEO David Baker to take to Canton, Ohio. 

Brady will little question break Brees’ report, however he possible gained’t be stunned by the transient acknowledgment. 

“Well, I wouldn’t expect a homecoming,” he stated on the “Let’s Go!” podcast earlier this week. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12)  in the first half against the Atlanta Falcons at Raymond James Stadium. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12)  within the first half towards the Atlanta Falcons at Raymond James Stadium. 
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“The home crowd at Gillette is a great crowd. And I think they’re going to cheer for their team as I would expect them to,” Brady stated. “And I think if they know anything about me, they’re going to know that I’m going out there to try to win the football game. So I think they’ll respect that about me. I certainly respect that they’re there to pull for their team, and that’s the way sports goes.”