This Tom Brady, Logan Hall stat will have you shook

Tom Brady has plenty of NFL experience. So much so that he has been in the league for longer than some NFL players have been alive.

It’s clear that Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has plenty of NFL experience as he’s pretty old by NFL player standards. Just about everyone who keeps up with the NFL is more than familiar with that.

But, as it turns out, Brady actually has more experience as a quarterback in the NFL than at least one of his newest teammates has with simply being alive.

During the 2022 NFL Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers chose to select Logan Hall in the second round. Hall, who spent his college career playing for the Houston Cougars, is a solid defensive lineman who has some intriguing potential.

He also happened to be born just six days after Brady was drafted.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tom Brady has been in the NFL longer than some of his teammates have been alive

That’s right. Brady was drafted 22 years ago. His new teammate, the first player the Buccaneers chose in the draft, was born just a few days after Brady was picked up in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots.

Not that Brady really needs many reminders of his age compared to that of his teammates, but this is something that definitely has to make him feel pretty old. That’s got to be a pretty odd feeling for the legendary and iconic quarterback.

Most people who are his age and are still somehow associated to the NFL are working in coaching or in a front office role. NFL careers generally don’t last anywhere near as long as Brady’s has. And now he’s got teammates who are half his age.