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Tom Brady hits links on Super Bowl Sunday

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How did Tom Brady spend Super Bowl Sunday? He wasn’t throwing TDs in the Superdome, that’s for sure. Perhaps still too upset to watch the Ravens-49ers game in New Orleans, TB12 was instead working on his golf game in Los Angeles. As great as he is on the gridiron, Brady’s no slouch on the links. A few weeks ago, Donald Trump told us the Pats QB could go pro if he wanted to, likening Brady’s swing to that of Ernie Els.

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