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Tom Brady makes more history, breaks 100,000 yard mark

Brady making more history in 23rd season.
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Brady making more history in 23rd season.

(KYMA, KECY/ CNN) - Tom Brady continues to make history during his storied 23-year career, piling on to his seven Super Bowl rings and countless accolades.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback became the first player in National Football League history with 100,000 career passing yards, combining regular season and playoffs during Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Rams.

With Tampa down 13-6 in the fourth quarter, Brady completed a pass to running back Leonard Fournette for a gain of 15 yards to put him over the mark.

That pass part of the game-winning drive that launched Tampa Bay to a 16-13 win, ending their three game losing streak.

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