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What's with all these great stories about football folks lately? You'd think they weren't all like on "Playmakers".



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The players on "Playmakers" did good things like visit a sick kid in the hospital.......and steal his meds.


Anyway Brady never seemed like that kinda guy anyway. He as always carried himself as a upstanding person. Good story.





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Tom brady is a credit to all sports athletes. I have been a fan of his for a while but I am now a huge fan. I do not liek the Patriots, but I will always root for a guy like Tom Brady. The world, especially the sports world, needs more people like him.



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Tom Brady is awesome; that story was a great read.

Seems the Pats have two great QBs...doesn't Flutie have his own foundation for children with Autism? His son is Autistic, right?



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Yeah, he has the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation.
Doug Flutie Jr.'s Site

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Wow.
What a touching story.
As a Patriots fan, I'm proud to have someone like Tom Brady represent the team.
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I don't know where to rank him, but I have to throw Leonard Little's name in the hat. Except he's still on the field, receiving cheers from the few Rams fans still bothering to show up. Second chances are one thing. Third? Meh.
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