Tom Brady

Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. (born August 3, 1977) is an American football quarterback for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL). He has won six Super Bowls, the most of any football player ever, and due to his numerous accomplishments, records, and accolades, he is considered by many sports analysts to be the greatest quarterback of all time.
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  • Tom Brady Responds To Rob Gronkowski's Retirement Announcement: 'Love You Pal'
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    Tom Brady Responds To Rob Gronkowski's Retirement Announcement: 'Love You Pal'

    After Rob Gronkowski shared an emotional message with his fans about how this past season was his last in the NFL, Tom Brady had a sweet message for his teammate. After nine seasons with the New England Patriots, Rob Gronkowski is officially retiring from the NFL at the age of 29. Since news of his retirement broke, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, 41, paid tribute to his now-former companion on Instagram, writing, “What an honor and privilege to play with you these past nine years @gronk! You accomplished so much and our team was almost unbeatable when you were on the field! Your fun-loving, inspiring, and positive energy made an impact on everybody you came into contact with! Not just that,

  • Gisele Bundchen shares photo from ski trip in Montana with Tom Brady
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    Gisele Bundchen shares photo from ski trip in Montana with Tom Brady

    Gisele Bundchen is on a ski trip with husband Tom Brady in Montana. And on Saturday the Vogue model shared a photo from the winter wonderland. The catwalk queen left only a heart in the caption. This comes after fans begged the New England Patriots quarterback to be careful on the slopes. The Brazilian bombshell wore little makeup as she put her hair in braids and had on a grey helmet with large goggles. Tom wore a black jacket over a red scarf and went for a dark helmet with rose-tinted goggles.   Brady traditionally spends a portion of his off-season in Montana. And this year, fresh off his sixth Super Bowl title, he risked injury by flying down a snow-covered mountain.  'A little downhill

  • AAF's all-access TV strategy: Think Tom Brady, Bill Belichick in-game interviews
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    AAF's all-access TV strategy: Think Tom Brady, Bill Belichick in-game interviews

    Daryl Johnston said when he played fullback for the Dallas Cowboys in the 1990s, he would have bristled at having cameras in the locker room or at doing in-game TV interviews. “From a player's standpoint, you've earned the right to be in the locker room, you've earned the right be on the sideline, to have those experiences,” he said. “You don't want to share that with everybody." But Johnston now is general manager of the Alliance of American Football's San Antonio Commanders, and he knows one reason the league has connected with fans is the access it provides during televised games. Cameras are in locker rooms. Coaches are mic'd, and star players are interviewed while the game is going on. Last

  • Sunday 7: Tom Brady's offseason plans should be factored into what Patriots do at wide receiver
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    Sunday 7: Tom Brady's offseason plans should be factored into what Patriots do at wide receiver

    1. Given what the Patriots currently have at wide receiver, it is pretty clear a few more players will be added in the coming weeks and months via free agency and the draft. Right now, the depth chart has Julian Edelman, Phillip Dorsett, Braxton Berrios, Maurice Harris, Bruce Ellington, Matthew Slater and Damoun Patterson. A No. 2/3 receiver needs to be added, and the team should be cautious of doing this via the draft. No. 1, the team hasn't had a great deal of success in selecting receivers, but also because of Tom Brady's offseason plans. The quarterback missed OTAs last year to spend more time with his family, and while nothing has officially been determined, it would seem to make sense he

  • Trent Brown explains what he'll take from time with Tom Brady
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    Trent Brown explains what he'll take from time with Tom Brady

    Tom Brady made an impression on left tackle Trent Brown, who spent just one season with the New England Patriots. Brown explained what he took away from that season while working with Brady. “Definitely just how he (Brady) speaks life into that huddle,” Brown said Thursday on FOX Sports 1's “First Things First.” “He commands the huddle, and when you break the huddle you're ready to play for sure.” Brown added: “There's only one example to give: just lead by example day in and day out,” Brown said. “How he approaches the day, how he approached practice. …He's just taking advantage of all time. Every rep counts for sure. Even when we go from offensive period to defensive period (in practice) he's

  • AAF's all-access TV strategy includes cameras in locker rooms, in-game interviews
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    AAF's all-access TV strategy includes cameras in locker rooms, in-game interviews

    Daryl Johnston said when he played fullback for the Dallas Cowboys in the 1990s, he would have bristled at having cameras in the locker room or at doing in-game TV interviews. “From a player's standpoint, you've earned the right to be in the locker room, you've earned the right be on the sideline, to have those experiences,” he said. “You don't want to share that with everybody." But Johnston now is general manager of the Alliance of American Football's San Antonio Commanders, and he knows one reason the league has connected with fans is the access it provides during televised games. Cameras are in locker rooms. Coaches are mic'd, and star players are interviewed while the game is going on. Last

  • Brady, SuperSonics and the iPod shuffle – the last time LeBron missed the NBA playoffs
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    Brady, SuperSonics and the iPod shuffle – the last time LeBron missed the NBA playoffs

    We take a look at what the world looked like in 2004-05, when LeBron James last missed the NBA playoffs.

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    This stat shows Patriots QB Tom Brady's impressive ability to prevent turnovers

    One of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's trademark qualities is avoiding turnovers. The six-time Super Bowl champion, unlike many other NFL quarterbacks, consistently avoids putting his team in situations where turnovers are likely. Pro Football Focus shared a tremendous stat Sunday showing the amount of snaps Brady has had a turnover-worthy play. As you might imagine, it's one of the lowest rates in the league. Brady threw 11 interceptions during the 2018 season, ending his streak of four consecutive years with fewer than 10 interceptions. However, since the beginning of the 2016 campaign, Brady has just 21 interceptions while completing better than 66 percent of his pass attempts.

  • Rob Gronkowski announces his retirement from the NFL on Instagram
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    Rob Gronkowski announces his retirement from the NFL on Instagram

    What I'm Hearing: While the writing had been on the wall for over a year, the NFL world was still surprised to see Rob Gronkowski announce his retirement says USA TODAY's Mike Jones. New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, whose 79 receiving touchdowns ranks third all-time at the position, has announced his retirement. The three-time Super Bowl champion made his decision public Sunday in a post on Instagram.  "I will be retiring from the game of football today," Gronkowski wrote. "My life experiences over the last 9 years have been amazing both on and off the field ... But now its time to move forward and move forward with a big smile knowing that the New England Patriots Organization,

  • Local student makes Tom Brady mosaic out of Rubik's cubes
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    Local student makes Tom Brady mosaic out of Rubik's cubes

    One Rubik's cube is a challenge. Nearly a thousand, a Westwood student found out, is art. Maxim Lin, a fourth grader at Sheehan School, used 999 Rubik's cubes to craft a mosaic of his football hero -- Tom Brady. The massive piece of art was on display at his school's STEM festival on March 20. Max spent about three months building the mosaic. "First, I had to find a picture. I looked through tons of pictures and I found this one because Tom Brady's head was tilted and it shows the logo so I chose this picture," Max said. "Then if you go on Google you can find some mosaic generators, and I looked through a lot of them. None of them came out perfectly so I chose one and I drew it on paper and then

  • 40 is the new 35 when it comes to NFL quarterbacks like Tom Brady and Drew Brees
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    40 is the new 35 when it comes to NFL quarterbacks like Tom Brady and Drew Brees

    Back in the day, it was less common for quarterbacks to excel past their mid 30's. Sure, there was Warren Moon, Vinny Testaverde, Brett Favre, Kurt Warner, and John Elway. But that short list is dwarfed by a painfully longer one filled with Hall of Fame quarterbacks who seemed to crap out well short the 40 year marker. Even these all time greats experienced precipitous drop offs in their mid to late 30's. For Roger Staubach, Steve Young and Fran Tarkenton, it came at 37. For Bart Starr, Jim Kelly, Dan Marino and Dan Fouts, 36. For Johnny Unitas, George Blanda, Bob Griese, Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw, 35. For Otto Graham, Joe Namath, and Troy Aikman, 34. This makes it all the more amazing that

  • Tom Brady, others react to Rob Gronkowski's retirement announcement
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    Tom Brady, others react to Rob Gronkowski's retirement announcement

    Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement via an emotional Instagram post and immediately received congratulatory messages from Tom Brady, other Pats teammates, and more figures from around the sports world.

  • How Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft, and others are reacting to Rob Gronkowski's retirement
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    How Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft, and others are reacting to Rob Gronkowski's retirement

    Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski announced on Instagram Sunday night that he is retiring, sparking reactions from quarterback Tom Brady and other teammates. “I will be retiring from the game of football today,'' Gronkowski wrote in his Instagram post, adding that he felt it was time for him to “move forward with a big smile knowing that the New England Patriots Organization, Pats Nation, and all my fans will be truly a big part of my heart for [the] rest of my life.'' View this post on Instagram A post shared by Rob Gronkowski (@gronk) on Mar 24, 2019 at 2:53pm PDT In the post, Gronkowski thanked “the whole New England Patriots organization for every opportunity I have been [given] and learning