Brady raises trophy in Patriots parade, thousands line streets

Six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady raises the trophy during the New England Patriots victory parade in Boston. Thousands line the streets to celebrate the Patriots win over the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl.

Brady, Patriots take victory lap through Boston

Brady, Patriots take victory lap through Boston

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How Tom Brady And Gisele Bündchen Spend Their Millions

Together, Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen make up one of the most successful power couples. They have a combined net worth of $580 million. Bündchen is a successful supermodel and Brady is an exceptional quarterback. How does the duo spend their millions?

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How Tom Brady And Gisele Bündchen Spend Their Millions

Wahlberg on Super Bowl: ‘This is Brady’s Time’

(24 Jan 2019) Mark Wahlberg is a Hollywood heavyweight, but his heart will always be in New England. (Jan. 23)

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Brady: ‘We Obviously Didn’t Get The Job Done’

New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady says the Philadelphia Eagles made a good play when he was strip-sacked in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. Brady threw for a postseason record 505 yards and three TDs but the Eagles won 41-33. (Feb. 5)

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Brady: New Tax Code for New Era of Prosperity

Rep. Kevin Brady spoke Friday about the passing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The legislation would slash tax rates for big business and lower levies in each tax bracket. The GOP plans to muscle the $1.5 trillion through Congress next week. (Dec. 15)

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I Tried The Tom Brady Diet And Nutrition Plan

I tried the intense diet and fitness regimens that 40-year-old NFL quarterback Tom Brady touts in his new book “The TB 12 Method.” Along with a diet that’s heavy on vegetables and lean protein, Brady stays away from alcohol, caffeine, dairy, and sugar.

This is what it was like to eat and train like Tom Brady for a week, including a taste test of the avocado ice cream Brady is known to enjoy. Following is a transcript of the video.

I just tried the Tom Brady diet for a week. So, Tom Brady’s got this new book called “The TB12 Method.” In the book, he outlines in detail the fitness regimens he undertakes and diet as well. Tom Brady’s nutrition plan definitely made me tweak my already-okay diet.

In terms of the food that I ate during the week, you’re staying away from sugars and dairies and refined carbohydrates, etc. It’s a lot of vegetables, lean white meats. We had ground turkey burgers over lots of greens, peppers, and carrots. We also had a grilled chicken breast, some Brussels sprouts, and then quinoa. Then during the day, I would eat an apple. I would eat almonds.

Tom Brady is all about the hydration and constantly drinking water. It’s recommended that you take your total body weight, cut that in half, and then drink the corresponding amount of ounces of water that’s half your body weight. Every day I would drink approximately 90 ounces of water. Three big Poland Spring bottles of water.

In terms of caffeine, I usually drink like four cups of coffee a day on average, which is a lot. It’s too much. Tom Brady — he does not drink caffeine, but he recommended a maximum amount of 200 milligrams of caffeine a day, and that equals two cups of coffee.

In terms of alcohol, Tom Brady, in the book, says that he does occasionally have a cocktail, but he says that, if you’re going to drink alcohol, you need to match the ounce-amount of alcohol that you drink with water. So if you have a 12-ounce beer, you need to drink a 12-ounce glass of water.

One of the dishes that I tried was the avocado ice cream, which Tom Brady’s been famous for making before. I wasn’t a fan of the avocado ice cream. Sorry, Tom.

Overall, the Tom Brady “TB12” experience was a big improvement over my regular routine. I love always focusing on eating healthy and avoiding unhealthy, rich, sugary foods. I think this is definitely a positive tweak for me. I feel like it’s already had a positive impact on me.

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The Brady Rule: VICE News Tonight on HBO (Full Segment)

Last week the Supreme Court heard a case about a rule called Brady that basically says that in criminal cases the prosecution team must turn over all relevant evidence they find that could help the defense team. This is commonly called “Brady evidence.”

SCOTUS actually created the rule when they decided Brady v. Maryland in 1963 — the case of a man sentenced to death for a murder whose prosecutors decided not to tell his lawyers that another person had confessed to the crime. Confusion over whether Brady should apply has reached a nexus, with the appeals courts divided on when to use it. We lay out the current case before SCOTUS and what’s at stake for Brady and criminal investigations going forward.

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