YouTuber MrBeast becomes an NFL player for 48 hours and ‘signs $10million contract’ with the Bucs in hilarious new video… and even FaceTimes Tom Brady from the team’s practice facility!


YouTuber MrBeast signed a two-day, $10 million contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as part of a recent video.

MrBeast, whose real name is Jimmy Donaldson, has more than 214 million subscribers on YouTube. He usually posts videos with extravagant tasks and his digital reach is a big reason why such big opportunities come his way.

His video titled “$1 vs. $10,000,000 Job!” which was uploaded on Saturday, was viewed more than 47 million times in the first 24 hours after publication.

The video takes place in mid-October and ends with 25-year-old Donaldson leading the Buccaneers onto the field for the game against the Atlanta Falcons on October 22.

Perhaps the most exciting part of MrBeast’s time with Tampa Bay was calling the team’s former quarterback, Tom Brady, via FaceTime from the practice facility

MrBeast Facetimed Tom Brady while Chris Godwin and Luke Goedeke looked on in awe

MrBeast also did a workout and tried to weight train like a normal NFL player

The video ends with MrBeast leading Tampa Bay onto the field against the Falcons

Brady appeared in a previous MrBeast video titled “$1 vs $1,000,000,000 Yacht!” published in June. MrBeast makes the FaceTime as Tampa Bay wide receiver Chris Godwin and offensive lineman Luke Goedeke watch.

“How my boys are doing,” Brady said to MrBeast, Godwin and Goedeke.

MrBeast then tells Brady that he has a friend, fellow YouTuber LazarBeam, whose real name is Lannan Eacott, who might “die of happiness when you say hi to him.”

Brady responds, “Lannan, I love you, bro,” as Eacott pretends to pass out.

Also featured in the video are Buccaneers head coach Todd Bowles, linebacker Shaquil Barrett and general manager Jason Licht.

Barrett recognized MrBeast, and the linebacker added that his kids love Donaldson too.

Goedeke and Barrett also looked at MrBeast’s contract with the team and mentioned that it was the same form they signed with the Buccaneers.

The video shows MrBeast signing his contract with Licht, with ‘$10,000,000’ clearly written on the compensation line.

Next to it is the sentence ‘But you’re only a player for 48 hours LOL’ in brackets, meaning the whole thing can be voided.

MrBeast also participates in a press conference where he is asked, “Is this just a publicity stunt?”

MrBeast responds, “Yes, it’s a publicity stunt, obviously I’m not an NFL player.”

MrBeast has a reported net worth of over $500 million and is expected to become the first billionaire to consider YouTube revenue as his main source of income.