Broke up with his girlfriend, Bridget Moynahan (December 16, 2006).
Boyfriend of Gisele Bündchen.
With the New England Patriots' record-breaking 18th consecutive regular season win and record 21st consecutive overall win including playoffs, Tom Brady's record as Patriots starting quarterback as of October 2004 stood at 40-12 for the regular season, 3-0 in pre-Super Bowl playoffs (his appearance in the January 2002 AFC Title game was cut short in the second quarter to injury and Drew Bledsoe finished the game, a 24-17 Pats win), and 2-0 in the Super Bowl.
Chosen in 2000 NFL draft. He was slotted as the Patriots' third-string backup QB, but was elevated to second-string when the Patriots reassigned Michael Bishop to NFL Europe.
Named as one of "People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People" (2002).
Was in attendance at the Dallas Cowboy vs. San Fransisco 49er NFC Championship game as a child. That game most memorable for "The Catch" a pass from Joe Montana to Dwight Clark during the closing seconds which led the 49ers to their first Superbowl.
Named the Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year for 2007.
Was President George Bush's guest at his 2004 State of The Union address, and got to sit next to First Lady Laura Bush.
Defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2005 playoffs, extending his post-season record to 10-0 and setting the record for most playoff wins by any QB in NFL history. (Brady's streak ended the next week in a devastating loss to the Denver Broncos which also ended any hopes of the first three-peat in NFL history).
A die-hard New York Yankees fan, he used to wear a Yankee cap around in the Patriots locker room until someone told him that he shouldn't.
His ex-girlfriend, Bridget Moynahan, gave birth to a boy on August 22, 2007 in Los Angeles. The baby is named John Edward Thomas (JET) Moynahan.
Named the 2007 NFL Most Valuable Player; received 49 of 50 votes cast, with one vote going to Brett Favre.
Led the New England Patriots to the their second NFL championship in three years with a 32-29 victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl XXXVIII. Was named Super Bowl MVP for the second time. (2004)
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