Tom Brady has achieved 600 touchdown passes and has broken the NFL record.
Brady threw his 600th career touchdown pass during the Buccaneers game against the Chicago Bears which lead to their 38-3 win.
Brady then gave the ball to a fan carrying a “Tom Brady helped me beat brain cancer” sign who was sitting in the front row of the end zone after the touchdown.
The fan later agreed to trade the record-breaking ball for another ball and a signed jersey.
Brady has now surpassed the Saints’ Drew Brees, who had 571, Broncos’ Peyton Manning with 539, and Vikings’ Brett Favre’s 508.
Before the game against the bears, Brady already had 598 career touchdown passes.
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