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The most Googled questions about Tom Brady and the answers to what die-hard fans and casual football fans want to know about the future Hall of Fame quarterback.
If you’re a die-hard New England Patriots fan or even a casual NFL fan, you likely know a lot about Tom Brady. But if you’re tuning in for Super Bowl 55 for your first football game of the year, you’re going to be in for a shock. Brady no longer plays for the Patriots. Yep, Brady found a new team last spring when he left New England for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While the jersey and city have changed, Brady in a Super Bowl remains one of the biggest constants in life.
Whether you’re a casual fan or you think you know everything there is to about the GOAT, check out the 14 most Googled questions about Brady and the answers to the questions that seemingly everyone wants to know.
Tom Brady frequently asked questions
Q: What is Tom Brady’s net worth?
A: $200 million, according to Yahoo Finance.
Q: How old is Tom Brady?
A: 43 years old
Q: Who is Tom Brady’s wife?
A: Gisele Bündchen
Q: What is Tom Brady’s annual salary?
A: $25 million
Q: How many Super Bowls has Tom Brady won?
A: Brady has won six Super Bowls.
Q: Where does Tom Brady live?
A: Tampa Bay, Florida
Q: How tall is Tom Brady?
Q: How many children does Tom Brady have?
Q: Where did Tom Brady go to college?
A: University of Michigan
Q: What team does Tom Brady play for?
A: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Q: How long has Tom Brady been in the NFL?
A: 20 seasons
Q: Where is Tom Brady from?
A: San Mateo, California
Q: What is Tom Brady’s weight?
A: 225 pounds
Q: How many Super Bowls has Tom Brady played in?
A: Super Bowl marks the tenth Super Bowl that Brady has played in.
Online search data analyzed from online analytics tool Ahrefs on Feb. 3, 2021, and all online search figures in the research are correct as of then. All online search figures in the research are monthly averages and represent global search volumes. Thanks to Golf Support for who commissioned the data.