Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. is an American football quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League. He spent the first 20 seasons of his career with the New England Patriots, playing in nine Super Bowls and winning six of them, both of which are the most of any player in NFL history. He has won a record four Super Bowl MVP awards as well as three NFL MVP awards. Because of his numerous records and accolades, many sports writers, commentators, and players consider Brady to be the greatest quarterback of all time. After playing college football for the University of Michigan, Brady was drafted 199th overall by the Patriots in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft. Due to his late selection, Brady is considered the biggest "steal" in the history of the NFL Draft.
|Date of birth:||August 3, 1977|
|Place of birth:||San Mateo, California|
|High school:||Junípero Serra, (San Mateo, California)|
|NFL Draft:||2000 / Round: 6/ Pick: 199|
|Twitter:||Tom Brady's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Tom Brady's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Tom Brady's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Tom Brady's IMDb|
About Tom Brady
Quarterback who has won six Super Bowl Championships and four Super Bowl MVP Awards with the New England Patriots. He set the record for most touchdown passes in a single season when he threw 50 in 2007, but the record was topped six years later by his longtime rival Peyton Manning.
As a four-year-old, he attended the 1981 NFC Championship game, where he witnessed Joe Montana and Dwight Clark connect on "The Catch." He was selected in the 6th round of the 2000 NFL Draft out of the University of Michigan.
He set a Super Bowl record at Super Bowl XLIX with 37 completions in the game while also setting the record for career Super Bowl touchdown passes with 13.
He married supermodel Gisele Bundchen in 2009. He has two sons named John and Benjamin and a daughter named Vivian.
Wes Welker was one of Brady's favorite offensive targets during his time with the Patriots.
Information related to Tom Brady
- NFL starting quarterback playoff records - Note: from 1933–1949 some offenses did not employ a quarterback in the modern sense of the position. Listed below are the "primary passers" for those games, the players that passed the ball most in those games. They may not have actually started the game at quarterback.
- Super Bowl MVPs
- Sportspeople from the San Francisco Bay Area
- Unconferenced Pro Bowl players