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FOXBOROUGH, MA - DECEMBER 02: Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots celebrates after a rushing touchdown by James Develin #46 (not pictured) during the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Vikings at Gillette Stadium on December 2, 2018 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Billie Weiss/Getty Images)

Even though we know Tom will keep winning, and piling up awards and records….

Each year the NFL.com Superstar Club list must make room for new stars. Seeing that Tom has owned that list for years, they feel it’s ok to move him off to offer an up and comer a slot.

 

Why NFL.com Removed Tom Brady From Its 'Superstar Club' Ahead Of 2019 Season

Tom Brady seemingly owns too many accolades to count, headlined by six Super Bowl championships and three NFL MVP awards. Given his unprecedented longevity, Brady's résumé undergoes fairly regular modifications as he continues to pile up achievements. This trend likely will continue in the 2019 campaign, but the New England Patriots quarterback's 20th season will begin with the revocation of a certain "honor."