Tom Brady loves to show off his accomplishments on social media and oftentimes during interviews. But when he’s around fellow NFL legends like Roger Staubach, Brady gives us some really sweet moments.
During this past weekend’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony, Brady, Staubach and Charles Woodson met inside the building. Staubach congratulated Brady on his recent Super Bowl win with the Buccaneers.
But rather than gloat or joke about winning his seventh ring, Brady was attentive, thankful and humble with the two-time Super Bowl champion. And people online definitely took notice.
Comments on the video are filled to the brim with praise for Brady being so humble around Staubach. “Pure class” was the word most often used to describe Brady’s behavior.
He said I have great teammates! #TomBrady is all class..
— SCHNITZY ANYWAY! (@bmshiz23) August 9, 2021
So humble. The guy is just pure class!
— Tojô Queiroz (@tojoqueiroz) August 9, 2021
What us so cool about that snip is how humble TB12 is w/ Roger – great upbringing, total class act!
— Jim W. (@oIdhockeyplayer) August 9, 2021
I love how he respectfully stands listening.
— Don (@BigElsz) August 9, 2021
Roger Staubach has certainly earned all of the respect in the world – even from the GOAT. On top of his NFL accomplishments with the Cowboys, Staubach is a U.S. Navy veteran who served in the Vietnam War.
Staubach’s NFL career lasted 11 years – half as long as Brady’s. But his impact on the game is immeasurable.
The same can be said of Brady, of course. He’s set to break the record for most regular season games played by a non-kicker this coming season.
After that, he can play as long as he wants before calling it quits – and within five years of that, he’ll be heading to Canton to join Staubach permanently.
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