Tom Brady

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Tom Brady is an American football quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL). After playing college football for the University of Michigan, Brady was drafted by the New England Patriots in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft.

Brady holds nearly every major quarterback record, including passing yards, completions, touchdown passes, and games started, in addition to the most Pro Bowl selections. Never having a losing season, he is the NFL leader in career quarterback wins, quarterback regular season wins, quarterback playoff wins, and Super Bowl MVP awards, as well as the only Super Bowl MVP for two different franchises. The only quarterback to win a Super Bowl in three separate decades, Brady has also been noted for the longevity of his success. He is the oldest NFL MVP at age 40, the oldest Super Bowl MVP at age 43, and the oldest quarterback selected to the Pro Bowl at age 44. Brady is the only NFL quarterback named to two all-decade teams (2000s and 2010s) and was unanimously named to the 100th Anniversary All-Time Team in 2019.




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Submitted by Sabrina Strada (not verified) on

I would just like to tell you that you are my 7 year old sons absolute favorite athlete! We are coming to your training camp this summer (which is picked to do over going to disney) We can't wait to see you play and hopefully meet you ! YOU ARE THE BEST TOM BRADY!

Submitted by john Orozco (not verified) on

I was wondering if there would be any possible way for me to get an autograph from kronkowski Brady or hell any one from the team. I am born and raises in Victoria tx .. And I have to say patriots have been my team since I was 12 yrs old.. Thanks for your time

Submitted by Carla Kazmierski (not verified) on

My dad John E Graham is 83 we live in Texas he has been your biggest fan ( funny calls yoi pretty boy) this isn't your typical sob story my dad has lots of inner lining issues and living a very little quality of life and if need I can send you anything proving this is a true story and my only wish before my dad is called home is a signed pic of you please. God Bless and congrats on the super bowl. He said I sure would like to see him win one more before I go and sure enough he said he did it again just in case you get this his address is 12011 Hillcrest Dr Pinehurst TX 77362... God Bless you & your family Phil 4:13 Joshua 1:9
Carla Graham kazmierski

Submitted by Ken Gilbert (not verified) on

I believe Roger Goodell should be fired for “Deflategate”. His actions have clearly damaged the integrity of NLF football and forever tarnished the reputation of one of the league’s all-time great players.

Roger Goodell chose to selectively enforce one it’s many rules during the recent Patriots/Colts playoff game. This was not done because the league had any prior concerns that the rule was being broken and that this was impacting results risking the integrity of the game. It was done because an opponent suggested the Patriots may be breaking the rule. The commissioner chose to ignore the accusation and allowed the opponent to effectively perform a sting operation during a playoff game.
During this game, for the first time in the history of the NFL, a football’s air pressure was check after the balls had been released by the officials. The balls were deemed underinflated. The balls were re-inflated and the game proceeded.

A scandal was then created by various rumors and partial information leaks. Roger Goodell fuelled the scandal by failing to clarify anything for a week and delaying any closure by holding an internal investigation that lasted several months resulting in the Wells report. Mr. Goodell then followed up by imposing the largest penalty in the history of the league on the Patriots.
So now the overwhelming perception is that Tom Brady is a liar and a cheat and all his accomplishments are now tainted (get your asterisks ready), a perception that is not justified by the facts and certainly not fair on any level or in any way. I base my conclusions on the following:

1) If ball inflation is so important to the integrity of the game (and since it resulted in the most severe penalty in the history of the game it must be important), why has the NFL never felt it necessary to ever verify the air pressure on a single football before this playoff game. Given that Brett Favre has publically stated he preferred his footballs over-inflated (to an illegal level) and that multiple other quarterbacks have made similar statements about having illegal preferences, it is more probable than not that this rule has been broken many times by many players/teams in the past. But no footballs were ever tested so no one can ever know how many times this “rule” has been broken or how many teams/players broke this rule.

2) After many years of ignoring this rule, the rule is enforced for the first and last time against the Patriots. This is the ultimate case of selective enforcing where a rule is enforced only once on only one team. I dare anyone to defend selectively enforcing a rule on a single individual. It is not fair and it is not justifiable. It’s a complete and total abuse of power.

3) It’s telling how no one even questioned the statement in Wells report that there was insufficient time to re-test all the Colts footballs. There was time to test all the Patriots footballs and the testing delayed the start of the second half. So why stop after testing 4 Colts footballs? Not that the Colt footballs needed testing. How stupid would the Colts be to use illegal footballs when they conspired to made sure the balls would be tested during game?

4) The impact of deflating balls is unknown but certainly the current perception is way over-blown. If you use the only exemplar that exists (Brady’s first-half vs second-half results) the evidence is that Brady’s performance was clearly hindered by the ball deflation.

5) An extensive investigation is performed and no evidence is found that Tom Brady deflated footballs, told anyone to deflate footballs or knew anyone deflated footballs. Let me repeat that, the Wells report contains no evidence that Tom Brady did anything wrong. But the report concludes that “it is more probable than not that Tom Brady was at least generally aware of the inappropriate activities of… ”. How is it fair to destroy someone’s legacy based on a probability or general awareness? After reading the entire report, I can say the report supports the conclusion. The sum of the details and interpretations justify the conclusion. But the Wells report comes from some reality I am not familiar with. The world is a messy place. Nothing is 100% white or black. Everything is shades of grey, full of inconsistencies and conflicting details. But the Wells report only contains details that support the conclusion and every detail is interpreted in the way most damaging to Tom and the Patriots. So either in some sort of cosmic anomaly all the facts of this case are pristine and clear or the report is incomplete and/or biased. Where are any alternate interpretations (like Tom made it clear he wanted the balls at the lowest legal pressure but others maybe did not have such clear limits)? Where are the details about what happened before the game and the history of the rule (and its lack of enforcement)? A reread of the Wells report with even the tiniest bit of skepticism makes it feel like a collected set of cheery-picked “facts” chosen to provide a desired conclusion. If Mr. Wells disagrees, I challenge him to release all the drafts of his report. But given the “fact” that more probable than not, any detail that contradicted or cast doubt on the guilty conclusion was removed as the document evolved, I can pretty much guarantee Mr. Wells will never release the revisions.

The man has worked as hard or harder than anyone else who ever played the game. He worked to make himself and his teammates the best they could be. The result has been unprecedented success. But because of this Roger Goodell fiasco, Tom Brady will forever be labeled a liar and a cheat and his brilliance will always be tainted.

But the unasked question is where does this go in the future? If I were a head coach, I’d be pursuing the rule book looking for more unenforced rules that I could use in a sting to compromise a hated opponent. With the bar now “more probable than not”, no one is safe from a well-organized media/sting attack. The league has real, serious issues to be dealt with (concussions). How much more time will the commissioner waste handling (enabling) owner/coach vendettas against other owners/coaches/players? Time for Goodell to go.

Ken Gilbert

Submitted by John Schaeffer (not verified) on

brady cheated and he's mad because he got caught. Then Brady feel's that he's so important to football that he can't be suspended. Remember judge's ruling was on the NFL's process. He never ruled the Brady didn't cheat. Brady feels it's ok to cheat just don't get caught.

Tom is so concerned about his legacy. He shouldn't be , it's secure. Just as Mark Mcquire and Lance Armstrong's legacy are secure. Tom Brady is a cheater.

Submitted by charles zielomski (not verified) on

he cheated in the super bowl he should burn

Submitted by John Hinman (not verified) on

A psi or 2 in a football is not going to change the outcome of a game. It's the player using the ball, not some technicality that makes no difference what so ever. .You can't handle the fact that Brady is as good as he is and wins so many high pressure games and makes so many come back wins.

Submitted by Mike (not verified) on

You people are so niave. There is a massive power grab going on in pro sports / media. Obviously the NFL is way out in front and they don’t want to relinquish that. Despite having major issues that would derail other sports instantly, the NFL thrives on gambling and fantasy, it can do no wrong as long as the money flows. All the NFL needs to do at this point is stay in the limelight 365 to get enough clicks and calls via sports talk radio to show the major players (Network TV and Media affiliates) that it deserves the massive payouts currently in play. This entire issue has been so blown out of proportion for simply “ratings” is is sick. They want us talking and clicking “Brady” so we aren’t talking NBA or MLB. However, by going after Brady they made a big mistake. Goodell is a pawn and he will ultimately be heavily damaged if not canned over this petty scandal. Anyone can sell the NFL right now, he’s trying to strong arm to save his ass, won’t happen.

Submitted by Alex Robles (not verified) on

First of all, I want to make it clear that you are my role model. As I played high school football, I looked up to you as a leader on the football field. I am your hugest fan and considered you the best QB! Secondly, I hate asking you this but I was in need of some money. But not for me personally, for my school and education. My family is struggling financialy and seeing that you have plenty of it, I was seeing if you could find it in your heart to donate some of it towards a 19 year old in a little city called Brownsville,TX! I really hope you read this.. Love you man. PS I am your biggest fan!

Submitted by Cyn (not verified) on

T you are my fav player. Whatever is going on is between you and the big man!! Let's just end this so we can get the season started. You are a good person. Do the right thing. More importantly you are a dad!!

Submitted by Charles C Whiteaker (not verified) on

Tom, who handles the football as much, or more often then the QB? The Refs. They spot the ball every play. If a QB can tell the difference in a deflated ball; why doesn't/didn't the Refs feel the difference?
I haven't heard anyone mention this fact! Charles C Whiteaker, "M" Track - '50 & '51

Submitted by K Jackson (not verified) on

Tom Brady is nothing but a cheater, arrogant, self-centered asshole!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a poor example for young people.

Submitted by dan phipps (not verified) on

Tom, it looks like nobody in the NFL can stop the Pats from getting you your 5th. championship ring in 2016. I know you want it real real bad, because you are dedicated to winning all the time no matter what the situation is. It makes no matter to you cause you are not rattled by anything. Rogers, Manning, will not keep you from winning again, this is your mindset. Am I right or wrong on this matterr? I am a Colt's fan, but I have watched you all your career, I know you are tough inside as well. Care to comment back to me concerning all this or WHAT!

Submitted by Danny mitchell (not verified) on

Hi my name is Danny Mitchell I'm from Sharon ma. I'm wondering if I could meet you in person. I don't expect to hear from you because you probably get thousands of these per day. Tombrady# legend

Submitted by Rose Levine (not verified) on

Dear Mr. Brady,

I am a fifth grade teacher in Cambridge, MA. One of my students is writing a persuasive essay and was hoping to interview you. His letter is below. Thank you!

Rose Levine
Grade 5 Teacher
Cambridge, MA


Dear Tom Brady,

I am a fifth grade student at the Graham & Parks School in Cambridge, MA. I am in a soccer league, and that is why I chose this topic for my persuasive essay: playing sports is worth the risk of getting injured. It would mean the world to me for you to answer these questions.

1. Can you tell me a story about a time you got injured but didn't quit?

2. Can you explain to me what the impact of sports has done for your life?

3. Has playing sports helped you control your emotions?

Thank you very much for your time.

Sincerely, Leo Rothenberg

Submitted by jesse (not verified) on

hey tom! i just wanted to say hey and see how things are going! I know your not going to see this but i just thought it would be cool to write you a letter. im trying to win tickets to the afc championship game. ive been a pats fan for 6 years now! anyways just do your job on sunday G.O.A.T!

Submitted by Stan Lee (not verified) on

Highlights on Saturday's game showed Tom Shady being over run by the Broncos offense. It is so nice to see the New England Cheatriots loose and see poor Tom Shady crying like a little girl. Nice to see you get your clock cleaned Tom

Submitted by John schaeffer (not verified) on

Guess what happens when Tom Brady doesn't cheat? He loses !

Submitted by Seabiscuit (not verified) on

All you people wanna say when they don't cheat they lose.. When the win 10 games in a row it's because of cheating.. Not cause of Brady,Gronk,etc. THE BEST ALWAYS GET HATED ON!! It's a lose lose.. They's cause they cheated.. They lose.. It's because they didn't cheat.. Pure Ignorance!!

Submitted by Steph (not verified) on

I am a caregiver of my adult son Michael. Tom Brady you are on my BUCKET LIST to meet once in my life. Meeting you would be meet my needs. I !m young but you never know when its our time to go, my sister my best friend died at 33 yoa. You will complete me if i were to meet you!

Submitted by Seabiscuit (not verified) on

People!! Quit asking for money and phone calls and $tuff... It will never happen.. Get over yourselves.. Tom Brady is my favorite player too but never would ask for anything on a forum that he'll never read or see anyways

Submitted by Joshua Swincicki (not verified) on

I was just wondering if there was a way to get a phone call from Tom Brady to my nephew. He just lost his mother in a very bad car accident. My cousin was a Tom Brady and Eldelman can. I thought this would be a way to bring him up a little bit. I'm not sure if this is the right place and way to go about it. Thank you

Submitted by Jack Johnson (not verified) on

I know you probably extremely busy getting ready for the upcoming season but I was wondering if there was any way you could help me ask my girlfriend (possibly your biggest fan in the world) to prom. Her name is Sophie lees and she is amazing and I want to ask her in a way she won't forget. If there was any way possible u had the time to make a small video or something it would be amazing. Thanks, Goodluck next year!

Submitted by maxi (not verified) on

Tom I'm your greatest fan and I look all games of you I love football and the new England patriots I hope so you and your team win together one time the title this would be very well

Submitted by ismangeneral@gm... (not verified) on

Tom, My daughter is a huge fan of you and the patriots. It has been a long-time dream of hers to watch you play forever. We watch all the games together or over Skype. I am giving her a trip to see you and the Patriots destroy the Browns at Cleveland in October for her college graduation next week. If there is a chance you could drop her a video message on her upcoming attendance at the game, I am sure it would blow her mind. Not sure how to do this but I can send you her email address or you can send it to me if you have some time. Thanks for anything you can do. I look forward to attending the game in Cleveland. Go you Pats!

Submitted by Steve Balas (not verified) on

Don't forget how Drew Bledsoe supported you when you took over his position. I remember he gave you a high five when you threw your first touchdown pass. Yet you turned your back on Jimmy G. when he threw his first TD pass. It's obvious on the sideline that you ignore him. Act like a Captain towards your teammates. Is the reason why you're making excuses to miss practices and not show up for game for you don't want to work with him?

Submitted by bostonjojo83 on

Hey Brady ..hope all is well with you and the family...but just wanted to give you a shout out and to give my respects to the quarterback who has brought our football community closer. You are an inspiration man... kids need more role models like you especially in the inner city and besides football all the off the field committments and organizations your involved with..Keep up the good work man you have my respect as a player, person, father, husband,

Submitted by Xeulem carlson (not verified) on

My husband is Tom Brady biggest fan would e big surprise if Tom could send him a autograph or something his bday is on January 1 maybe a phone call I know it's a lot to ask thank you so much !

Submitted by Cameron H (not verified) on

Brady i was windering if there was a way i could get a autographed jersey from u, Edelman Gronkowski. I havw been a Pats fan since i was 3 and im 16 now and i would love an autograph from u Edelman or Gronkowski

Submitted by Shawn Walsh (not verified) on

You got to be the greatest I've ever seen play the game. Also one of the hardest players to find a big jersey of. If by anyway you know how to get a big size for let me know

Submitted by ron clementz (not verified) on

I wish the press would stop reporting on political opinions of stars.. that being said, I support Tom in his political stands. Way to go Tom, Best of luck on Sunday

Submitted by Cj (not verified) on

I'm a local guy from a small area of Hammond Louisiana just north of New Orleans. I know you have plenty of fans just want u to know I'm a die hard Brady fan and put my dreadlocks on the line after growing them for 6yrs I believe in you and wish u guys the best

Submitted by Suzie Adrakar (not verified) on

I am a 65 years old lady originally from Fiji now living in Vancouver, Canada for the past 41 years and have been a Patriots fan ever since.
Never seen a football game like this 15 year old grandson is also your fan. We took him to Denver Dec 18 to see your game against Denver.
Well done Mr. Brady!!!!!!!!

Submitted by Vic (not verified) on

Seriously Tom,I think you should release it to the media that you found your jersey.This will render your stolen jersey worthless or make it surface. Great job...Vic

Submitted by Maricela Hines (not verified) on

My daughter Davia Hines is someone special!! Not because she's my daughter. At a young age she went though a tough childhood. She is a only child and was always around her dads best friend Pete who we now call Uncle. And her Stepdad Junior who played on the Dodgers back in 1990-92. At 11 years she starting watching football and studiying the players and plays of all the NFL teams. She has passion for everything she loves. She started playing softball at 9 years old and is very talented. She came in 5th place nationwide and has had a lot of awards. Her odds were against her. In middle school she starting giving up. Her father and I divorced when she was 2 years old. We were both struggling with our addictions, but were there for her the best we could. In High School she started off not wanting to go to school, but I sat down with her and I talked her and explained how important it was to go to school and follow her dream and not to end up like myself. Since then she's has a 4.0 gpa. She plays shortstop, she made Varsity as a Freshman and has received All League DVL as a Freshman and Sophmore. She broke her Toe last June 2016. Right before Travel Ball was about to start. This affected her a lot. To where she wanted to quit softball. She's known and followed you for years. She has known about you since she was 7 years. Her father is a Chargers Fan so she had to become a Charger Fan but her team she loved was Tom Brady's Team the Patriots. She loves your passion and heart for the game and life itself. I can keep going and going. I'm praying that you can send her a letter of encouragement, a picture . She's coming back and wanting to play softball after her injury but her mental state we will see. She named her car Tom Brady! Hopefully you can do this for my daughter which would do so much for her future. Thank you.

Submitted by Steve Corcoran (not verified) on

Mr. Brady, my wife is a major fan of yours, so much so she has your autographed jersey she got from a charity auction hanging in her barber shop. She was hoping that if one day you happened to be in the area of Glendale AZ, if you could stop by her shop. She'd dearly love a picture of the both of you in front of your jersey.

Submitted by Mark Schmidt (not verified) on

Tom, I need to apologize for ever thinking you or your team cheated, for that I am sorry. I am not a Pat's fan and have never thought you were the best but after that Super Bowl win, you are the BEST EVER! After hearing you have a friendship with President Donald Trump I respect you for that. I hope you continue to support him, the USA needs him to do the very best job he can for EVERYONE not just those who supported him. I have become a Tom Brady fan and will pray for you and your family. Thanks for changing this old guy's mind.

Submitted by Nikki Morales (not verified) on

My son Knox is absolutely obsessed with Tom Brady! We have every uniform and action figure. Today he was due to get a haircut (which is always an obstacle) and he made me look up picture of Tom Brady with short hair on Google. Just made my day and thought you should know how much this little guy adores you!

Submitted by Rachel gilliam (not verified) on

My 1st biological grandson will b named after you and didnt know if it woul be possible to autograph to Brady Thomas cuz his dad is a huge not a patriots fan but i actually bought so many patriots outfits for my grandson. He will be here in next 2 months to watch football.thank you. Best of luck

Submitted by Cheryl Menchavez (not verified) on

Thank you Tom Brady for being a leader and finding a solution. Whatever we are going to do, we need to do it together. Thanks again.

Submitted by Jen (not verified) on

The NFL is being decisive. You DON'T kneel during our National Anthem. You are behind and supporting the wrong side Brady. Shame on you.

Submitted by Jennifer (not verified) on

Hi Tom Brady, my son who is 10 years old idolizes you. We are from Buffalo New York so we are surrounded by a lot of bills
Fsnd but that doesn't matter to him. He actually wants to be you for Halloween. If there is any way you can send him an autograph or a jersey / shirt with your name on it that would be much appreciated for his Halloween costume. His name is Jaeden. Thank you, Jennifer

Submitted by Wayne (not verified) on

I was born in Cambridge and raised in Somerville and then Northborough and have been an avid Patriots forevah! I realize the practices at the Air Force academy will be low key, but if you find time in your busy schedule to rest for a bit, my wife and I live in Littleton and would be glad to give you some home cooking and a place to rest for a few hours. I respect what you have done for yourself and your family and look forward to seeing you compete every time. Best Wishes and Go Pats! Wayne Sheehan

Submitted by Diane Munkirs (not verified) on

Go should win the Super Bowl...but if you don; have made football fun to watch this season. Thanks for being you and avoiding the press.

Submitted by Steve Love (not verified) on

Mr. Brady I respect so much the stance you took for your daughter! No one should ever have to sit by and allow that type of abuse directed toward their family. You don't have to be told you are a great player. I am sure you hear that enough, but let me say that as the father of two daughters you just became my favorite athlete because you put your daughter before anything and that's what DADS do! Way to go!

Submitted by Bruce Suehr (not verified) on

Hey Tom, Although my affection for the NFL has waned due to the poor behavior of many of the players, I've always been a Steeler's fan. Still am. Just wanted to say I respect your play and REALLY respect you showing your son affection and not caring about what anyone thinks!! I lost my dad last year and he always kissed us boys on the lips? Why? Because he loved us. I raised three boys(all adults now) Always kissed them on the lips and still do even now that they're grown. One was an infantry marine who saw combat, ones a great hockey player, and one cuts trees for a living. Tough as nails and gentle as lambs! You can be both!! Keep it up. Good luck on Sunday

Submitted by Philip Yust (not verified) on

Tom, I am not a football fan but you have become a fan of mine! The clip of your son and you kissing was heartwarming. The people who thought it was weird are the weird ones. In this culture of ours where there are so many absent fathers and so much domestic violence, it is a positive thing to see a father and son showing true affection. I kissed my father from day one on the lips until the day he died at 93. He had a strong arm of discipline but I knew his strong arm of love that I will forever cherish. My daughter is 41 and we kiss on the lips. This world that thinks their is something unhealthy and bizarre about it is in the gutter and void of what a true heart of love is. Tom, keep being the healthy example of a father you are!!

Submitted by Michael glenn Brady (not verified) on

Hi Tom would like too meet you we may be cousins or kin. But I just no your the best quarter back of all time and have a great hope all is well and praying for you and the team as I watch the super bowl tonight. God bless.

Submitted by Daniel Langhoff (not verified) on

Lieber Tom,
ich habe den SB52 live hier in Deutschland gesehen im TV, das Spiel war für mich als Zuschauer großartig-das Ende heftig traurig. Ich bin und bleibe treuer Fan und möchte auf diesem Wege sagen:Kopf hoch, sie sind ein Ausnahmeathlet und werden in der nächsten Saison mit eben diesem verlorenen Spiel im Rücken nochmal besser werden und ganz sicher den SB53 spielen und gewinnen! Ich bin stolz auf Sie und die Leistungen der letzten 25Jahre! Liebe Grüße aus Oranienburg bei Berlin in Deutschland.

Submitted by Hilary Deighan (not verified) on

Mr. Brady: I am writing to you as a parent, not as an EAGLES fan. Although I am ecstatic about my team winning, my concern is with how a team handles losing. It is very easy to be a gracious winner, but character comes through with how one handles losing as well. I've been through this..the mom of 3 boys in sports. You did not appear to care about congratulating the opposing team that night... instead choosing to walk away and leave the stadium. That is a sore loser, Mr. Brady, and a terrible example to set for all fans and athletes alike. I am interested in how you will coach your own children on sportsmanship. You are a great quarterback and apparently a great would behoove you to start acting like one.


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