Mystery Over About Brady's Tweet: It Was an Ad

QB is a pitchman for Hulu
By Newser Editors,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 2, 2020 6:32 PM CST

Days before the Super Bowl, Tom Brady tweeted a moody, black-and-white photo that had everyone trying to figure out whether it was a clue to his football future. As it turns out, the photo was a tease to a Super Bowl commercial, one for Hulu that aired during the first half of Sunday's game, reports the Wall Street Journal. “They say all good things must come to an end,” a reserved Brady says at the start of the ad. But instead of announcing his retirement, he then begins his pitch for Hulu. (See it here.) Brady went on to suggest in the ad that he will be playing in the NFL next season. TV may be changing, he said. “But me? I’m not going anywhere.” Meanwhile, there was actually some news Sunday on the Brady-football front: The Raiders will reportedly pursue him if he doesn't re-sign with New England, reports ESPN. (Read more Super Bowl stories.)

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