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What should we expect from Tom Brady upon his return?

Tom Brady is undeniably a great quarterback, but this week will be new territory for him. Brady has been away from football and the New England Patriots for four weeks. No meetings, no practice (unless you count throwing some passes to his wife or to Wes Welker). He went an hung out at the University of Michigan. He got down to his birthday suit and got a tan in Italy. [Play our $175K Baller | Free Yahoo Cup entry | Tips for your Daily lineup] He’s been entirely out of his routine for a month, and he’s famous for his preparation.
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