Tom Brady makes a hilarious request to Elon Musk to buy Twitter

Tom Brady just made a request to Elon Musk and it’s about his infamous NFL combine photo.

Elon Musk made a $43 billion bid for Twitter on Thursday.

And if that deal goes through, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady will demand the deletion of his NFL combine photo from 22 years ago.

At the NFL Combine 2000, Brady, in his 40s, wasn’t in the shape he is in — and the photo showed it. Brady ran a 5.28 in the 40-yard dash, the slowest of any starting quarterback. He also had a vertical jump of just 24.5 inches.

Tom Brady’s weakness is his NFL Combine photo

Around the time of the NFL Combine, Brady’s photo usually makes the rounds on the internet.

He spoke about the picture in 2020 on the NFL Network during the 100 All-Time Teams Finals.

“It’s actually a great thing for me to watch because it reminds me of where I started,” Brady said of NESN. “We all have our stories, and I started at a point where I always felt I had to look up to everyone. I looked up to everyone in high school and then through college and certainly when I first started out in the pros.

Brady appeared to put up with his unflattering photo. But based on his request to Musk, it’s safe to assume the photo is still haunting him.

Brady has been to nine Super Bowls and he has seven rings, but he can’t forget this photo. He even jokingly asked Musk to ban this Twitter user after sharing the photo.

The picture isn’t his best, but unless Twitter takes up Musk’s offer, Brady will have to try and put this photo behind him for now. Tom Brady makes a hilarious request to Elon Musk to buy Twitter

John Verrall

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