NFL Quarterback Tom Brady caught on tape making out with his 11 year old son

    

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Tom Brady may be going for his 6th Super Bowl ring when the New England Patriots take on the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII, but he’s making some pre-game news by kissing his son on the lips for what some people say is an unusually long time. Via CBS New York.

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Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. (born August 3, 1977) is an American football quarterback for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL). He is one of only two players to win five Super Bowls (the other being defensive player Charles Haley) and the only player to win them all playing for one team. After playing college football for the University of Michigan, Brady was drafted by the Patriots in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft. In Brady’s 16 seasons as a starter,[a] he has quarterbacked the Patriots to eight Super Bowl appearances, the most for any player in history.

   

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Brady has been honored with four Super Bowl MVP awards (Super Bowl XXXVI, XXXVIII, XLIX, and LI), the most ever by a single player, has won two league MVP awards (2007 and 2010), has been selected to 13 Pro Bowls, and has led his team to more division titles (15) than any other quarterback in NFL history. As of the end of the 2017 regular season, Brady is fourth all-time in career passing yards, tied for third (with Drew Brees) in career touchdown passes[3], and third in career passer rating. His career postseason record is 27–9, winning more playoff games than any other quarterback, and he has appeared in more playoff games than any player at any position. Brady has never had a losing season as a starting quarterback in the NFL. His combined regular-season and postseason wins are also the most of any quarterback in NFL history. Because of his accomplishments and accolades, many analysts and sportswriters consider Brady to be among the greatest quarterbacks of all time.[4][5][6][7] Due to his late draft selection, Brady is considered to be the biggest “steal” in the history of the NFL Draft.

   

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For his alleged involvement in the highly publicized Deflategate football tampering scandal, Brady was suspended for the first four games of the 2016 NFL season.[11] Subsequently, Brady went on to win Super Bowl LI and be awarded Super Bowl MVP that season. Brady has been married to Brazilian model Gisele Bündchen since 2009.

Brady was born in San Mateo, California, the only son and fourth child of Galynn Patricia (née Johnson) and Thomas Brady, Sr.[13] He has three older sisters, named Nancy, Julie, and Maureen.[14] He was raised Catholic. His father is of Irish descent, while his mother has Norwegian, Polish, and Swedish ancestry. Brady’s great-great-grandparents on his father’s side, John and Bridget Brady, were Irish refugees from the Great Famine who moved to San Francisco from Boston prior to the American Civil War. They were accompanied by Bridget’s sister Ann and her husband Lawrence Meegan, the parents of the 19th Century American Major League Baseball player “Steady” Pete Meegan. Brady’s great uncle, Michael Buckley Jr. was, also, the first American prisoner of war during World War II.

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In the 1980s, Brady regularly attended San Francisco 49ers games at Candlestick Park, where he was a fan of quarterback Joe Montana; since then, Brady has mentioned Montana as his idol and one of his inspirations.[21] At the age of four, Brady attended the 1981 NFC Championship against the Dallas Cowboys, in which Montana threw The Catch to Dwight Clark.[22] As a child, Brady attended football camp at the College of San Mateo where he learned to throw the football from camp counselor and future NFL/AFL quarterback Tony Graziani.[23] He grew up as a Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics fan.