Football Legend



Thomas Edward Patrick "Tom" Brady Jr. (born August 3, 1977) is an American football quarterback for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL). ... After playing college football for the University of Michigan, Brady was drafted by the Patriots in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft


Moving on to the NFL, Brady was drafted by the New England Patriots in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL draft. Initially he served as a backup quarterback and played in only one game during his first season. The 2001 season was a different story. After starting quarterback Drew Bledsoe was injured, Brady took over, proving himself a strong leader with a powerful arm. Anyone who doubted his abilities only had to look at the team's record, an impressive 11 wins to 3 losses in the 14 games that Brady started. In the post-season, he helped the team secure a win over the St. Louis Rams at Super Bowl XXXVI, and Brady received the game's MVP award.

Early life Tom Brady and Gisele Bandchen are up there toward the top of the list. With three adorable kids "Jack, Benjamin, and Vivian” between them and lots of adventures under their belt, they have so many shareable moments. Tom Brady was born on August 3, 1997 he is currently 39 years old. Statistics/Significant finals - New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has won four of the six Super Bowls he has participated in. The Patriots have won four times and lost two times during those six appearances. Brady was voted MVP for Super Bowls XXXVI, XXXVIII and XLIX. - Brady was selected with pick #199, a compensatory pick, in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL draft. - In addition to his four Super Bowl rings, Tom Brady has also been named Super Bowl MVP three times, for Super Bowl XXVI, Super Bowl XXXVIII and Super Bowl XLIX. He has also been chosen for the NFL Pro Bowl ten times, two of those times as first team all-pro. - Terry Bradshaw, Joe Montana and Tom Brady are tied for the most Super Bowl victories. The three superstars each have four wins.

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