Tom Brady's Influence On American Sports

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The NFL was founded in 1920 as the American Professional Football Association. There were 14 teams from 4 different states. It then took the name National Football League in 1922. The league became more formal and organized in the 1930’s and 40’s. The rival, American Football League was founded in 1960, which was very successful. Tho two later merged into one to create what we know now as the current NFL (“History of the National Football League” ).
Tom Brady is the current starting quarterback for the New England Patriots. He was drafted to New England in the year 2000, the same year Bill Belichick came to coach the Patriots. Since then, Brady has won 5 super bowls, which is the most ever won by any quarterback (“Tom Brady” ).
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He was their starting running back for 10 years until his abrupt retirement in 1999. He was a pro bowl invitee for all 10 years of his career. He will go down in history as one of America's fastest, quickest, and most elusive running back ever (“Barry Sanders”).
On a previous slide, there was a picture of an NFL player kneeling during the national anthem. This has caused a lot of corruption all across the U.S. Him, and now various other players have done this as a way to protest against the harming of unarmed black

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