Tom Brady's New England Patriots Hall of Fame ceremony promises to have "outstanding special guests" when he takes to the field once more on Wednesday.

Brady, who retired in February of 2023 and is planning to begin an analyst position at Fox Sports for the 2024 season, is being inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame in Gillette Stadium on Wednesday night.

The seven-time Super Bowl winner will be joining the likes of John Hannah, Andre Tippett and Ty Law in the Patriots Hall of Fame.

Rob Gronkowski, Julien Edelman and others promoted the ceremony to Patriot Nation. Tickets for the 7 p.m. ceremony have been hard to get.

What to know about Brady's ceremony

Many of the details about Brady's ceremony have been kept hidden; however, according to Mike Reiss of ESPN, Patriots owner Robert Kraft addressed the ceremony and said many of Brady's former teammates would be at the event to honor the quarterback.

"We'll also have some real outstanding, surprise guests that are coming out of respect to Tommy and his legacy," Kraft reportedly said. "We're honored to have his whole family and all the fans that respect what he did for us."

We can speculate who exactly will be at the event, whether it be Peyton Manning, Patrick Mahomes or even Bill Belichick.

This is the first time a Hall of Fame induction ceremony has taken place inside Gillette, a decision made to make room for as many fans as possible.

According to the team, NBC's Mike Tirico will host the Hall of Fame event, and will be joined on stage by Boston-born comedian Bill Burr. A special "Red Carpet Show," hosted by Jason McCourty and Deatrich Wise Jr., will air in the stadium from 5:15-7 p.m. prior to the ceremony, and the event will be streamed on

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