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The Golden Gate area seems to be a cradle for golden boys. Quarterbacks Joe Montana, Steve Young, Jim Plunkett, Aaron Rodgers and the New England Patriots' own Tom Brady all have deep connections to the Bay Area in California.
The legendary group gathered on Friday at a charity event for The First Tee and Champion Charities called "Salute the Titans" in San Francisco.
The fundraiser's profits are expected to total up to $750,000 in an event organized by Harris Barton, the All-Pro lineman who used to play for the San Francisco 49ers.
The event featured a gathering of arguably the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game, with the guests of honor having won 11 Super Bowls and eight Super Bowl MVP trophies.
The fact that all of them had some connection to San Francisco is remarkable, as Brady and Rodgers grew up idolizing Montana and Young as young 49ers fans unknowingly destined to follow in their idols' footsteps.
Brady's father was in attenda...
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Tom Brady singing “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen (by godlike899)
A little rough in the verses but they nail the chorus.
IT STILL COUNTS
Here’s my number, so call me Brady?
There is not a song in the world I hate more than Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”, and each new YouTube video cover of this song sucks worst than the previous one. With that being said, here is a clip of Tom Brady singing the song. Much like the President Obama video of him “singing” Jepsen’s hit, godlike899 spliced together...
The fine folks over at the website, "Funny Or Die" have gotten another high-profile athlete to mock themselves in a classic comedic clip as New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady stars in this video.
In the below video titled, "Tom Brady's Wicked Accent" where he attempts to buy some Under Armour shirts in a sporting goods store.
The joke is...
Tom Martinez, the man who taught Tom Brady a lot of what he knows, and had been a major part of the QB's success, died this past February from a heart attack during dialysis, on his 66th birthday. Tom Brady opened up recently about the loss of his mentor.
"I had a great level of comfort with Tom over the years," Brady told the Associated Press. "He was always...
Tom Brady’s wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, received a lot of negative attention for criticizing the Patriots’ receivers after the team lost the Super Bowl. The matter dragged out for a few days, and reports said the Patriots players weren’t happy with her.
Several months later, we’re learning that Tom Brady wasn’t happy with her either, no surprise.
Tom Curran of Comcast...
I don't quite get the obsession surrounding the song "Call Me Maybe." Like, sure, it's an insanely catchy pop song but why are there nine million videos on YouTube of people lip-syncing to the song? Can anyone explain that to me?Anyhow, some intrepid soul spent far too many hours putting together footage of Tom Brady speaking in order to create another "Call...
Minicamp Update: Tom Brady has the look of a player who's ready to step in right where he left off just a few short months ago.
Why is Tom Brady whipped? Because only for a woman would a guy ever get a hair cut like this. Oh well though he’s still Tom Brady and we’re all not.
You know that song. Now watch Tom Brady belt it out like a
Can Josh McDaniels Fill the Tom Martinez Void Left in Tom Brady's QB Career? | Bleacher Report: Nice...
Is the rest of the league scared yet? Because they should be. Super Bowl or bust.
Tom Brady sings Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘Call Me Maybe.’ It’s not as good as the Barack Obama version, but definitely still worth a watch.
[h/t Pats Propaganda]
Thanks for the memories T...
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49er rookie A.J. Jenkins is struggling: NFL.com
Tom Brady reveals what he said to Giselle after Welker Comment: Player’s View
Packers set at QB, but looking thin at RB: Packers News
Jets Passing game ready for lift off: NJ.com
L.T. to retire on Monday as a Charger: Fox Sports
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