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Tom Brady has been around the NFL for a long time, and a recent viral TikTok video featured the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback and the players who were around him when Madden 2005 was released.

“Brady is an alien,” the video starts.

FILE – In this Oct. 6, 2019, file photo, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) reacts to a touchdown against the Washington Redskins during the second half of an NFL football game in Washington.
(AP Photo/Mark Tenally, File)

The TikTok user @who_you_got went through the Madden 2005 rosters.

“He’s been good for way too long,” the creator said.

Brady was rated a 95 overall at the time, and the quarterbacks behind him on the roster were Rohan Davey and Kliff Kingsbury, the current head coach of the Arizona Cardinals. 

Mike Vrabel, the current coach of the Tennessee Titans, was playing linebacker for the Patriots. Rodney Harrison, a Hall of Famer, became an analyst for NBC. Asante Samuel was only one year into his career. His son, Asante Samuel Jr., now plays cornerback for the Los Angeles Chargers and is making his case for Defensive Rookie of the Year this season. 

Kliff Kingsbury, New England Patroits during Reebok NFL Players Rookie Premiere Presented by 989 Sports at LA Coliseum in Los Angeles, California, United States.
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Drew Brees was a member of the San Diego Chargers and was listed as a backup to Philip Rivers. Peyton Manning was playing for the Indianapolis Colts. Tony Romo was the fourth-string quarterback on the Dallas Cowboys roster. 

Brady’s current offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich was still playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Doug Pederson, who beat Brady as the Philadelphia Eagles’ coach in the team’s most recent Super Bowl win, was a backup quarterback for the Green Bay Packers.

“This is insane,” the creator said.

Those were only a handful of examples of how long Brady’s career has lasted.

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Byron Leftwich throws against the Seattle Seahawks in the first quarter of their NFL game in Jacksonville, Florida September 11, 2005. 
(REUTERS/Joe Skipper  JLS/KS)

His career came full circle on Sunday night when he came back to Gillette Stadium as a member of the Buccaneers for the first time. He led the team to a narrow, 19-17 win.

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