Tom Brady: Football Superstar (Sports Illustrated Kids: Superstar Athletes) Review

Overall Rating (based on customer reviews): 4.7 out of 5 stars
4.7 out of 5 stars

Tom Brady: Football Superstar (Sports Illustrated Kids: Superstar Athletes)

Can anyone stop this guy?

The specs of ‘Tom Brady: Football Superstar (Sports Illustrated Kids: Superstar Athletes)’ are:

  • Publisher: Capstone Press (2012-01-01)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1429680067
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8×7.8×0.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.1 pounds

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“Brady12”

Great lil book..for all ages..The best QB around a must buy and very nice for a coffee table lil book Read more

“Touchdown Tommy”

We love Tom Brady, and our two boys enjoy reading and sharing his story with their friends. You don't have to be a Patriots fan to enjoy the book. But is sure doesn't hurt. Read more

“Perfect for tiny Tom Brady fans!”

We bought this for my son as a Christmas present this year, and of course, the resident Tom Brady fan (my girlfriend) had to peruse it first to make sure it was perfect. And it is. With plenty of pictures and great information, sure to please even the… Read more

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Tom Brady's Speech To Michigan Football Team At Schembechler Hall

The New England Patriots quarterback and former Wolverine stopped by Schembechler Hall to give a speech to the team, hours before playing in a preseason game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field.

Michigan tweeted photos Brady him addressing the team and posing with Wolverines coach Brady Hoke.

Considering Brady rarely has visited Michigan since becoming a Hall of Fame-caliber quarterback in the 2000s, this was a unique moment.
Brady and Hoke have a strong relationship, dating to when Hoke was responsible for recruiting California and the West Coast as Michigan's defensive line coach. Though Brady was committed to Michigan when Hoke was hired, Hoke visited him in California, and they've been connected since.

oke said on the Rich Eisen podcast this summer that he wanted Brady to be involved in the program.

"I saw Tommy in Boston two weeks ago," Hoke said at the time. "We were talking about a lot of different things. I saw his dad two nights ago in San Francisco."

Hoke's memories of Brady's career in Ann Arbor are still vivid.

"He was skinny," Hoke told Eisen. "He's tall, as we all know. He's a fighter. He's a guy who's a great competitor. That's why he is who he is. I'm sure the experience you have when you come from a school like Michigan (helps)."

As for getting him to visit Michigan nowadays, Hoke knew it was a challenge.

"Him and I talk," Hoke said then. "His schedule is crazy, as we all know. He is going to try and come out sometime and do some things."

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