Tom Brady has seemingly done it all. The New England Patriots' quarterback hasn't just won championships, he's won them in spectacular fashion. If he never played another game, he's still guaranteed a place in the NFL's Hall of Fame.
So what's left on football bucket-list for the man who's won it all?
From Brady's Instagram this weekend:
Playing in China.
"My dream is to play a game here in China someday," Brady said during a promotional tour in China, via ESPN.com.
Once upon a time in 2007, the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots were set to play a preseason game in China, but things didn't work out and the game was canceled. Apparently, Brady got his hopes up for that contest, and hasn't been quick to let that dream fade.
"We had an opportunity," Brady said of the canceled game a decade ago. "My team was going to play here, and unfortunately it didn't work out. But one day I hope that there are many games here, and over the course of a year, because it's such a great sport and because I love it so much, to bring that here and to bring the discipline and incredible strategy involved."
The man loves his game, and want's to share it with the world.
The League itself isn't opposed to the idea of introducing one of the world's largest potential markets to the joys of the gridiron either.
Reports have it that the NFL is trying to organize at least one game in China for 2018, but as of yet there have been no official announcements.
If the NFL want's to get the attention of prospective fans in China, giving them a good look at arguably the league's best quarterback certainly would be a good way to do it.
Source: NFL.com · Photo Credit: KEYSTONE PRESS