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Tom Brady

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Tom Brady net worth:
$180 Million
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Tom Brady was born on August 3 of 1977, in San Mateo, California under the name Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. He is the Quarterback of the New England Patriot in the AFC American National Football League. The only son male of Galynn and Tom Brady. The Brady were a very close family, and they are all sports lovers.

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His interest in football began when he was very young. Brady first played organized football in his first year at the College San Mateo Junipero Serra, a Catholic school for boys. In his first year was a starting quarterback in his senior year and he was being watched by pro scouts.

Tom was drafted quite late in his career, in 2000; he was drafted in the sixth round by the Patriots. Since then, his career has exploded, in 2007, 2010 and 2014 Tom was named MVP, selected for 10 Pro Bowls, won 11 titles of the Eastern Division and 4 Super Bowls.

In 2002, Tom Brady was part of the 50 most beautiful celebrities in People magazine. Sports Illustrated named Athlete of the year in 2007.

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 In 2008, Tom Brady injured his knee and raises questions about the future of his career. But in 2010, he signed a millionaire contract with his team the New England Patriots, who bringing victory to the team. He is one of the best quarterbacks in history has since made great achievements as Patriots lead to 6 SUPERBOWLS, winning 4 of them (36, 38, 39, 49). In September 2010, just before the season, the New England Patriot announced the signing of a new contract with Brady that made him the highest paid player in the NFL.

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Tom Brady

American football player
Date of Birth
Aug 03, 1977(45 years old)
United States of America
6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)
White American
Thomas Edward Brady, Jr., Thomas Edward Brady, Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, Jr., Tom Terrific, California Cool, Thomas Edward Patrick "Tom" Brady, Jr.
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