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From sixth round to arguably the greatest of all time, the Tom Brady method is one unlike any other. Turning down an offer to play college ball near his hometown of San Mateo, California at Cal, Brady was on his way to University of Michigan. As backup quarterback and seventh on the depth chart during his first two years, Brady’s competitive patience was tested. Going the extra mile not only physically, but mentally, Brady battled into a starting position his junior season. Despite setting school records for completions, Brady spent his senior season splitting time with Drew Henson.
The current record holder for a quarterback longest time playing with one franchise was once a 6th round draft pick posed to be backup. An injury to starting quarterback Drew Bledsoe during Brady’s second season in the league thrust him into action. The starting job was never handed back to Bledsoe, and Brady lead the Patriots to a Super Bowl Victory. In his 18 seasons in the NFL, the Patriots have never posted a losing record. In addition, Brady has brought the franchise a total of five Super Bowl Championships, four Super Bowl MVP titles and three league MVP titles.
With the most wins by a quarterback in NFL history under his belt, Brady’s brand has reached pinnacle success. A multitude of endorsement deals from the world’s most recognized brands and a TB12 method for fans to follow, keep Brady’s every move under close watch. Marrying supermodel Gisele Bundchen took Brady’s style from off the rack mall gear to Tom Ford in a flash. Known to keep it clean and conservative, his elegant suit game is one of the most admired in the league.
Brady spent two years as a backup at the University of Michigan.
He was famously taken with the 199th overall pick in the 2000 NFL Draft.
He has more Super Bowl appearances than any other player in NFL history.
And he's won more than any other quarterback in the regular season.
Brady has two sons and a daughter.
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