TAMPA, Fla. – It is not every day that someone breaks into your house. It’s also strange when the intruder is NFL legend and future Hall-of-Famer Tom Brady.
David Kramer said, “I’m watching the Dokernob turn. I was just froze. I was like, ‘Oh my God, someone’s coming to my house.” “He Doesn’t even say ‘hi’ before and just looks at me and says, ‘What’s up man?’
It was back in April when Brady came to town before the season started. The Buccaneers’ new quarterback thought he was walking into the house Offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich, Who was it Really next door.
“He Goes, ‘I’m so sorry sir, I’m sorry.’ And that has gone like lightning, “Kramer continued.
And just like that, David Kremer’s possible minute-and-a-half encounter with Brady was over. Still, this is a story he loves to tell.
“A million times. At this point it really hurts sometimes, but it is a lifelong memory that I will always have.” “It’s unprecedented to go to the Super Bowl to see him. It’s the biggest weekend in Tampa. I’ve never seen anything like it.”
And who would have thought that Tom Brady’s path to the 10th Super Bowl would go through David Kramer’s front door.
“I wasn’t scared because he looked great,” Kramer joked. “Thank God I didn’t shoot him.”