ALAMEDA, Calif. -- The chances are growing that the struggling Oakland Raiders' defense could have the daunting task of playing against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots on Sunday without starting linebackers Sio Moore and NickShow More Summary
Tom Brady was a kick-ass construction worker before he became an NFL god -- so says his old boss who tells TMZ Sports... "Brady was the hardest worker I ever had."Brady posted his old college resume online Thursday -- showing off his career…
Jennifer Lawrence supports her man Chris Martin, Tom Brady shares his pre-NFL resume, Grey's Anatomy takes on Orange Is the New Black, and more in today's Last Lap.
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Tom Brady publicly posted a photo of his post-college resume on Thursday, showing the world just how close he came to working a normal job. It's easy to forgot how unlikely Brady's rise to the top of the American sports pyramid really was. Show More Summary
Tom Brady is one of the best players in the NFL today. He won't ever need a resume to showcase his professional accomplishments (you can just look at his career stats!) — but at one point, he almost did. Before the New England Patriots...Show More Summary
Tom Brady's most recent #ThrowbackThursday post is an eye-opener. Why, exactly? Well, because he posted a photo of his résumé - from the 1990s - and it gives us a pretty good guess as to how his life could have panned out were it not for football. Show More Summary
The NFL's ongoing struggles have put every single player in the spotlight, each one a de facto representative of the league and its policies. Some, like Tom Brady, have shrugged their shoulders and declined to speak about anything other than X's and O's. Show More Summary
Even this superstar quarterback had a plan B if the NFL didn't work out.
Things weren't always looking up for the future HOFer. Near the end of his career as a QB at Michigan, Brady was expected to go in the late rounds of the NFL draft, if he was even selected at all. As insurance, Brady whipped up this résumé, and all the details pointed at a quiet, unassuming career in finance. My, how the times have changed.
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He was crushing it in Normal Land too.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady decided to do a "Throwback Thursday" post this week, so here's one all about him to thank him for sharing his pre -NFL resume. On January 1, 2000, Brady played in his final game as quarterback...Show More Summary
Before Tom Brady was an NFL quarterback, he was just another kid looking for a job. The New England Patriots QB recently found his old resume and decided to share it with his fans on Facebook. Post by Tom Brady. Back in 2000, Tom Brady was just another NFL hopeful. And when the draft went […]
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Sure, Tom Brady has three Super Bowl trophies, a pair of Super Bowl MVP awards and two NFL MVP honors. But he could have made an outstanding golf course general manager. The New England Patriots quarterback dusted off his post-college...Show More Summary
When Tom Brady's future was murky, he took to his computer to write up a typical college-graduate resume.
Tom Brady of the New England Patriots posted his college resume on his official Facebook page as a Throwback Thursday picture. The caption that Tom Brady included with the post speaks volumes. “Found my old resume! Really thought I was going to need this after the 5th round. Show More Summary
Tom Brady's professional experience upon leaving college: A handful of boring summer jobs and one internship. Post by Tom Brady. See, he was just like your average marginally qualified recent college graduate — except for that whole "additional" section. And it's a safe bet that's the section... More
Now he's one of the most recognizable men in the world. But back in 2000, Tom Brady was a kid fresh out of state school with no concrete plans, but a wealth of crappy summer-job experience. We've all been there, Tom. Read more...