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Tom Brady's rise to fame started early in the 2001 season when an injury forced Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe out of the game. Enter Brady, the 24-year-old kid from the University of Michigan. Only his second year in the NFL, Brady had spent his rookie year as a fourth-string quarterback. But that year he proved he could be something more. He pulled the Patriots from a losing record to win the playoffs. Much to football's surprise, he expertly navigated his team to victory in Super Bowl XXXVI—and six more Super Bowl victories over a decades-long.
Tom Brady, Revised Edition is the inspiring story of how one man captivated millions of hearts in America. Covering Brady's childhood, influences, setbacks, and triumphs, this exciting, full-color biography is sure to become a favorite for loyal football fans.