Tom Brady is an American football quarterback who plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Born on August 3, 1977, he is currently the oldest active player of the National Football League (NFL). He has played ten Super Bowls so far and won seven of them, making him the player who has won the most Super Bowls in NFL history. Brady is considered to be the greatest quarterback of all time.
He played football for the University of Michigan. In the 2000 NFL Draft, Brady was drafted in the sixth round as the 199th overall pick by the Patriots, and went on to play for 20 seasons with them. He is the record holder of five Super Bowl MVP awards as well as three NFL MVP awards. With 79,204 passing yards and 1,043 rushing yards, he is one of only two players in NFL history to do so and is considered to be the greatest quarterback of all time.
Following the 2019 season Brady left New England and signed a two-year deal with the Buccaneers on March 19, 2020. In 2021, he led the Buccaneers to their second Super Bowl victory in nearly two decades, when they defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31–9. Brady threw 201 yards and three touchdowns in Tampa Bay's win.
Brady holds many record breaking career quarterback feats like - passing yards (91,653), completions (8,542), touchdown passes (664), and games started (344), in addition to the most Pro Bowl selections (14). He has never had a losing season, is the NFL leader in career quarterback wins (264), quarterback regular season wins (230), quarterback playoff wins (34), and Super Bowl MVP awards (5), as well as the only player to win Super Bowl MVP for two different teams. Brady is the only quarterback to win a Super Bowl in three different decades. He is the oldest player to be named Super Bowl MVP at the age of 43 in the recent Super Bowl LV. He won a Super Bowl as the starting quarterback in 2001, along with being the oldest NFL MVP at age 40 in 2017.
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