Tom Brady

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Tom Brady is an NFL quarterback for the New England Patriots. Under Brady’s leadership, the Patriots have won three Super Bowls. He has also won two Super Bowl MVP awards and has been selected to nine Pro Bowls.

In 2001, Brady was named the starter for the Patriots’ third game. While he struggled in his first two games, Brady valiantly led the Patriots back from a 26-16 deficit to beat the San Diego Chargers in the fifth game of the season. He gained his mojo after this game, and by the end of the season the Patriots had 11 wins with Brady at the helm. The Patriots ended up winning the Super Bowl in the playoffs, and Brady was named Super Bowl MVP. He became the then-youngest quarterback to win a Super Bowl in NFL history. In 2003, Brady led the Patriots to twelve consecutive victories to finish the season and finished second in NFL MVP voting. After defeating the Tennessee Titans and the Indianapolis Colts, the Patriots won the Super Bowl and Brady was crowned Super Bowl MVP for the second time. In this game, Brady set the record for most completions by a quarterback in a Super Bowl. In 2004, Brady again led the Patriots to a Super Bowl victory, marking the Patriots’ third championship in four years. The following year, Brady’s Patriots became the first team to have a 16-0 regular season record in league history, and Brady was named NFL MVP. In 2011, Brady made his fifth Super Bowl appearance. He later became the first quarterback to lead his team to 10 division titles in 2012.

Sports Speaker Tom Brady has served as Honorary Co-Chair of Best Buddies International, a nonprofit dedicated to creating opportunities for friendship, employment and leadership training among people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Brady has also appeared on several television programs, including Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons in 2005, Family Guy in 2006, and Entourage in 2009. He was named as one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People” in 2002.