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Tom Brady needs no introduction in the world of sports. He is probably the best player to ever play in the NFL. But he recently introduced to the world another player who wants to replicate his career on the big stage. Here comes Brady’s eldest son, Jack Edward, also known as John Edward Thomas Moynahan.

Jack is the son of Brady and his ex-girlfriend actress Bridget Moynahan. Brady shared an update on what the 15-year-old is up to. He was once the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ball boy. Now he looks set to follow his father’s footsteps into the game.

Meet John Edward Thomas Moynahan

Tom Brady took to Instagram to share a photo of his eldest son, Jack. In the photo captioned “my inspiration”, Brady’s son looks to be readying himself to take a throw of the football in what looks like a Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice session. And the GOAT is supervising the throw with a proud father look on his face.

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The photo has sparked hopes of the numerous Tom Brady fans about seeing Jack take the field just like his father. Gisele Bündchen, Brady’s now-divorced wife, also took notice of the photo. She responded with a heart emoji. Bündchen raised Jack with Brady as her stepmother. In an old interview, she called him her bonus child.

Jack plays predominantly as a free safety for his high school team, but he can slot in at his father’s position as a quarterback. But if he does end up taking quarterbacking as his career, he would have some enormous boots to fill. 

Emulating the career of Tom Brady 

From Super Bowls to individual accolades, Tom Brady has achieved it all. He is arguably the best player in the history of the game. So emulating his career will not be an easy task. Coupled with that, the spotlight will always be on Jack Moynahan with constant comparisons with his legendary QB father.

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Brady started his own career as a sixth-round pick for the New England Patriots in the year 2000. After just one appearance in the 2000 season of the NFL, Tom Brady’s career took off in 2001 after an injury forced the then-Patriots QB Drew Bledsoe to sit out for the season. Brady took the chance with both his hands and made the starting position his own. He hasn’t looked back ever since.

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Brady has won seven Super Bowl titles in his career, six with the Patriots and one with the Buccaneers. The QB has thrown more than a hundred thousand yards in the regular season and postseason combined. In his regular season career, Brady has thrown 87,571 yards of passes. He has 638 passing touchdowns in 7,574 completions. Just mind-boggling numbers.

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So, it is hard for anyone to emulate Brady at all. But if anyone can do it, it is Jack.

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