The Boston Celtics started their NBA Playoffs journey on Sunday and Tom Brady offered his support (and assistance) to the team on Facebook.
Thursday marked the 15th anniversary of the Patriots’ selection of one Tom Brady in the NFL Draft.
Rob Gronkowski is the latest person to give his opinion on Tom Brady’s less-than-stellar first pitch at the Red Sox’s home opener this week.
Tom Brady will retire as one of the greatest players in the history of the NFL and while we’ve all heard the story of his path from 6th-round draft pick to future Hall of Famer, the unpromising NFL future of the Michigan QB continues to add amusing layers.
Tom Brady threw out the first pitch at the Red Sox’s home opener this week.
With my boy the legend tom brady congrat brother well deserve it…. pic.twitter.com/VO9FmmbjKg — David Ortiz (@davidortiz) April 13, 2015 Tom Brady visited Fenway Park to throw the first pitch for the Red Sox’s first home game of the season.
Check this out – Brady & @45PedroMartinez just did a little batting practice at Fenway: pic.twitter.com/ddCtQ1qxGP — New England Patriots (@Patriots) April 13, 2015 In one of the more confusing items of this Monday, we are now alerted to the fact that Tom Brady bats left-handed.
Tom Brady was on hand for the Boston Red Sox home opener at Fenway and the Patriots franchise quarterback had the honor of throwing out the first pitch of the game against the Washington Nationals.
After photos and video of Tom Brady playing basketball with Michael Jordan circulated the Internet last week, the Patriots quarterback decided to have some fun with his fans on FacebookT by posting a photo(shop) of himself in a full-body cast with the caption, “Jordan’s crossover is no joke.”
Well, well, well…look what we have here.
The summer of Tom Brady keeps rolling on, and if you haven’t wanted to get aboard you are not of this world. The latest exploits of Tom’s summer which have been published on his Facebook Page involves some cliff-diving.
A couple of days ago, Tom Brady uploaded a couple pictures onto Facebook of himself buried in sand.