When will Tom Brady enter the Hall of Fame after his retirement from the NFL?

Tom Brady took to social media to announce that he is permanently retiring from the NFL today, thanking his family, friends, teammates, coaches, coaches and all the people who have helped him on this journey of more than two decades in the NFL and during his youth and college as well.

Brady expressed that he is grateful on this day, which coincidentally is 365 days after his first retirement announcement, which ended pretty quickly when he returned to play for the Buccaneers.

When will Tom Brady be eligible for the Hall of Fame?
Tom Brady will undoubtedly be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame the first year he appears on the ballot, but when will that be?

Professional football players must spend a minimum of five years retired in order to be voted into the Hall of Fame, so after today’s announcement of Brady, we can assure you that he will be enshrined as part of the Hall of Fame class of 2028, as soon as his eligibility requirements are met.

Tom Brady’s Hall of Fame resume
Tom Brady played for 23 seasons and in the end has more Super Bowl wins than any franchise combined, with seven, being named MVP in five of those games.

He was selected 15 times to the Pro Bowl, made the first-team All-Pro three times, and was named NFL MVP three more times in addition to being named AP Offensive Player of the Year in two more.

He finishes with the most career wins (251), the most air yards (89,214), and the most rushing touchdowns (649), all NFL records.

He is also the all-time leader in points scored by Fantasy Football, truly the best in NFL history.

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