The advertisement, launched in 2020, shows Brady and Gronkowski discussing retirement and the tight end to try to convince the legendary midfielder that he would love to stay away from football.
A trusted colleague of Brady told him, “I have one word for you: retire.” “If you retire now, you’ll be walking on soft sand in a week. Retirement is like winning another! Maybe I’ll even join you.”
But thanks to the poor connection, Brady only heard that he had retired, “You’re weak and weak.” Then Brady is seen at a press conference saying he is taking Gronkowski with him to Tampa.
“Am I retiring from retirement?” Gronkowski asks himself while watching Brady.
Maybe not exactly how Brady played joining Buccaneers and Gronkowski to break out of his own gap to join him. But a fictional phone call makes a good place.
It is the second year in a row that Brady has appeared in a Super Bowl commercial.
Amid questions about whether he would retire after the 2020 season, Brady appeared Hulu ad to calm down The crowd.
“I’m not going anywhere,” he said in the commercial, which was built with vague tweets.
He would later make a shocking decision to sign with Tampa Bay Pirates He later led them to Super Bowl LV.