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Born: August, 3rd 1977
Drafted: 2000
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Winner of 3 SuperBowls

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Tom Brady

American football quarterback Tom Brady was born Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. on 3 August, 1977 in San Mateo, California. He was the youngest of four children born to Galynn and Tom Brady. Tom’s older sisters are: Maureen, Nancy and Julie. Tom grew up as a fan of the San Francisco 49ers – especially Joe Montana and Steve Young. He played both flag and touch football at San Mateo’s St. Gregory’s Elementary School.

Tom Brady played high school football at Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo and played college football for the Wolverines at the University of Michigan. He became team captain in his senior year and led the team to a 1999 Orange Bowl win. Brady started each game in 1998 and 1999 and the team achieved 20 wins out of 25 games. Tom Brady set records for pass attempts and completions and was All-Big Ten in both 1998 and 1999.

Brady was chosen by the New England Patriots in the 6th round as the 199th overall pick in the 2000 NFL draft. He began with the Patriots as the backup quarterback for starter Drew Bledsoe. When Bledsoe was injured during a 2001 game against the New York Jets and was out of the line up, Brady became the new starter. His first few games weren’t anything special, but during the mid-season he had high passer ratings and helped the Patriots qualify for the playoffs with an 11 – 5 record.

In 2002, the New England Patriots missed the playoffs and Tom Brady played with a shoulder injury for the last half of the season. Brady led the Patriots to 12 straight wins in the 2003 – 2004 season and set a new record for the most completions by a QB in the Super Bowl. He had 32 completions and won his 2nd Super Bowl MVP – the 1st in 2002 and the 2nd in 2004.

In the 2004 – 2005 football season, Tom Brady led the Patriots to an NFL record-breaking 21 consecutive victories. The team also maintained their AFC East title three times in four years. Tom Brady’s best game of the season was against the Pittsburg Steelers with a quarterback passer score of 130.5. The night before, Brady had had a temperature of 103 degrees and needed IV treatment. Statistically, 2004 was Tom Brady’s best year so far as his rating was a 92.6.

During the 6 February 2005 New England Patriot’s Super Bowl win against the Philadelphia Eagles, Brady’s passing was key as three running backs on the team were injured. He still ended up the league leader in passing yards and 3rd in touch downs.

In the 2nd week of 2007, Tom had a shoulder injury that lasted over 50 straight weeks. He bounced back later in the 2007 – 2008 season and was chosen as 2007 – 2008 MVP by the NFL. Tom has one child, John Edward Moynahan, with actress Bridget Moynahan.