Tom Brady: A Legend in the Making
Tom Brady's Education
Tom Brady went to Junipero Serra High School and excelled in both football and baseball there. The Montreal Expos noticed his baseball excellence and asked him if he would join their team. He said “No” and went to the University of Michigan. Soon, he was drafted to the New England Patriots. This time, he accepted his chance to the Patriots. From then till now, the Patriots have won 3 Super Bowls in 2001, 2003, and 2004.
Tom Brady's Accomplishments
First, Tom Brady was drafted to the Patriots in 2000. Next, the Patriots had a surprising 11-3 season, since Tom Brady was still new to the team. Later, with the help of Tom Brady, the Patriots beat the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl 36. After that, Brady earned 2 MVP awards in 3 Super Bowls. Then, Brady and the Patriots broke the “Most Consecutive Win Streak” record, which was set by the Miami Dolphins to 18, and the new record was 21. Finally, in 2004, Brady and the Patriots came back to the Super Bowl and beat the Panthers 32-29.
Tom Brady's Personal Life
Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr., commonly noticed as Tom Brady, was born on August 3rd, 1977 at San Mateo, California. As a child, he was inspired by Joe Montana to play as a quarterback. He went to Junipero Serra High School, and by the end of his high school years, he was chosen to play for the Montreal Expos. He denied this chance and went on to the University of Michigan. After his college years, he was drafted to play as quarterback for the New England Patriots. He was married to Gisele Bundchen in 2009 and has 2 children, Benjamin and Vivian Brady.
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