Even though there isn't even confirmation that Madden NFL 22 is actually coming this year, it seems like there's going to be another installment from the long-running series. That is one reason it seems like the rumors of Henry which makes the cover are true. EA may not have made the announcement, but there is very likely to be somebody being featured. Running backs have been few and far between when it comes to this honor though, as recent background hints that quarterback is more inclined to get the nod.
Tom Brady has already been on a Madden NFL cover before. However, there's no rule which says that an athlete can't do it . Not merely did the the ageless quarterback post one of those better attempts in the league this season, but what he achieved in the 2020-21 season has enough of a"story-book" texture that Electronic Arts may not have the ability to resist.
Brady joined a new team this fall after enjoying his entire career with the New England Patriots. He did so in his age 43 season. Despite a brand new team and a time in his career most players have long ago retired, he posted one of their best seasons of his career. After throwing 40 touchdowns to only 12 interceptions and also for 4,633 yards, he finished off the campaign by beating another former Madden NFL cover athlete in Patrick Mahomes in the Super Bowl.
What better way to celebrate what will almost surely be a completely next-generation version of Madden NFL 22 than placing one of their following generation of stars on the match cover? In 2020, he could have just unofficially taken the baton from Brady.
He was also a threat on the floor, as he rushed for 421 yards and eight touchdowns. Over the span of his career, he's never rushed for less than 400 yards in a year. Further demonstrating he is a part of the younger generation of celebrities, he is even followed in the footsteps of fellow Madden NFL celebrity Mahomes when it comes to being a participant.