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Bill Belichick will attend Tom Brady’s Patriots Hall of Fame induction

After 23 seasons, seven Super Bowl wins and a year of planning, we are finally here.

The New England Patriots will honor one of the greatest players in basketball, Tom Brady, in front of a sellout crowd in Foxborough on June 12th.

Brady will become the 35th player inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame, and Patriots owner Robert Kraft said there will be a “great surprise guest” in attendance. By ESPN’s Mike Rice.

But one attendee stands out in the crowd: Bill Belichick.

Belichick talks with Brady before the game against the Dallas Cowboys. Getty Images

On Jan. 11, after 24 years with the Patriots, Belichick and the team parted ways.


“We’re looking for someone that can help us get back to the playoffs and win,” Kraft told ESPN at the time.

Brady, Kraft and Belichick were the three pioneers who led the Patriots from 2000 to 2019, but their relationship wasn’t always smooth sailing.

In 2020, Brady finished a two-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

in Apple TV+DocumentariesHe said the decision was based on how his relationship with Belichick is going.

The documentary describes the situation under Belichick as “brutal.”

Even though Brady and Belichick are no longer in New England, the mayhem that this duo wreaked is unlikely to disappear.

Brady congratulates Belichick after the win over the Miami Dolphins. AP

They have taken over the league, and Kraft himself is proof of that.

“In my opinion, what Bill accomplished will never be replicated again,” he told ESPN.

After Belichick selected Brady with the 199th pick in the 2000 NFL Draft, the two reached glorious heights together.

The team has won 17 division titles and six Super Bowl championships, more than any other 30 teams have ever won.

Together they changed the game and raised the bar for what it means to dominate the league.

Brady celebrated winning Super Bowl 55 after defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9. USA Today Sports

Tensions between Kraft, Belichick and Brady were the catalyst for the change, but there is also mutual respect.

The three reunite for Brady’s reunion, and by the end of the day, any bad feelings have become a thing of the past.

Brady has shown what unprecedented dedication to the process and the game means: He was named league MVP five times as a quarterback: in 2002, 2004, 2015, 2017 and 2021.

He led the NFL in career passing yards, pass attempts and touchdown passes through the regular season and playoffs.

Brady won another Super Bowl (LV) while with the Buccaneers.

Brady announced he was ready to retire by 2022, but that only lasted 40 days.

He will play until 2023, then announce his retirement again.

This time, it will be permanent.

Now, in 2024, the Patriots are ready to honor him.

Typically, players have to wait to be recognized for their achievements, but Kraft waived that deadline for Brady in September and announced that his No. 12 jersey would be retired.