In 1983, “Tom Brady” went into a sanatorium in Louisiana obtained surgical treatment for his elbow.
That sentence might perchance perchance maybe not be too crazy. What’s nuts is “Thomas Brady” was an alias weak by Terry Bradshaw — the future Corridor of Reputation quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers at the time — to assist reporters from intellectual he was getting surgical treatment. The other Tom Brady would be about six years dilapidated at the time.
Here’s an dilapidated story that’s now blowing NFL fan minds, thanks to a tweet going viral. And sure ample, in the event you peek up a UPI story, there it is! It’s correct!
“Charles Boyd, Physician’s Sanatorium administrator, acknowledged the four-time Massive Bowl quarterback was admitted March 3 under the name Thomas Brady,” it reads. “Bradshaw, who owns a farm south of Shreveport, was operated on the same day for muscle tears in his correct elbow, Boyd acknowledged. He left the sanatorium March 5.”
“‘Many times,’” it continues, “‘we now need to admit of us under an assumed name or under no name to assist the press and the fans away,’ Boyd acknowledged.”
On this date in 1983, the winningest quarterback in Massive Bowl history checked into a Louisiana sanatorium using an assumed name. pic.twitter.com/Yr3ujc0fHC
— Quirky Examine (@QuirkyResearch) March 3, 2021
Eerie. Did the hairs on the again of your neck stand up? Mine did!