Patriots go overboard for Tom Brady's birthday

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Thursday is Tom Brady's 40th birthday.

ESPN noted that Brady has been named Super Bowl most valuable player four time, thrown 15 touchdown passes in the big game and have thrown 309 Super Bowl passes overall - all records.

It's further proof Tom Brady is great at everything. I love you! Thank you for being the best second oldest sister in the world!' Happy birthday my love! The secondary, led by Devin McCourty, will be very strong after signing Stephon Gilmore and re-signing Malcolm Butler this off-season. "I think he has a lot of fun with it". Brady wrote. "Happy birthday sweet Julie! Making 40 feel like 20!" Of course, it is much easier said than done, as there are a lot of good teams that will be wanting to prevent the Patriots from defending their title, let alone go undefeated.

The Patriots quizzed their younger fans on Brady's age.

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NFL Network's James Palmer reported there will be five live goats wearing Tom Brady jerseys at Patriots practice (Brady has won the Pats five Lombardi trophies, in case you didn't get the numerical significance).

Basically, Brady went through some light passing drills with his receivers and tight ends, although the members of the secondary and offensive line did not take part, working separately.

"I mean, he's had a great career, he works hard, comes to work every day. It's been like that for a long time", said Patriots head coach Bill Belichick.

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