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Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen Get Hitched Again

Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady

Why honeymoon when you can just get married again — in Costa Rica, no less? Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen said "I do" for the second time in five weeks, People reports.

The couple, who officially wed in a small ceremony in Santa Monica, Calif. on Feb. 26, exchanged vows at ...
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Gisele Bundchen Calls Stepson "100 Percent" Hers

Gisele Bundchen

Gisele Bundchen, who tied the knot with Tom Brady last month, says she considers his 19-month-old son with ex Bridget Moynahan "100 percent" hers.

"I understand that ...
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Gisele Bundchen Brings Tom Brady to Brazil; Wants "Big Family"

Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady

Tom Brady spent some quality time with the in-laws over the weekend. The New England Patriots quarterback and his new wife, Gisele Bundchen, journeyed to her hometown of Horizontina, Brazil, for her grandfather's 83rd birthday, local newspaper Zero Hora reports.

While there, the newlyweds toured ...
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Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady Get Hitched!

Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady

Tom Brady has a wedding band to go with those Super Bowl rings: the New England Patriots star and Gisele Bundchen have tied the knot.

The couple of three years was wed Thursday in a Santa Monica, Calif. during a "very small and intimate" ceremony that started at dusk, according to Us Magazine. Among the guests were their families and Brady's ex, Bridget Moynahan, who brought their son, John Edward Thomas Moynahan.

So what did the supermodel wear on her big day? Nothing but the finest, of course. The 28-year-old bride wore a ... read more

Tom Brady Caught Limping!

Oh, it’s on now! With only two weeks until the Giants and Patriots make their way to the Superbowl, it’s time for the trash talking to begin. Video of Tom Brady was released showing the quarterback limping in a foot brace towards girlfriend Gisele Bundchen’s home in New York’s West Village. The New York Post took this as an open invitation to call the QB a "petal pushing flower boy" and "Girlie Man" who "wears a bootie." Isn’t Superbowl season the greatest? Your move, Boston Herald. More online videosYour take: Think he’s screwed come Superbowl Sunday or do you think the media is making something out of nothing? And of course, who will you be rooting for in two weeks—Tom or Eli? read more

AFC Championship Preview: Chargers vs Patriots

LaDainian Tomlinson by Aggie Skirball/

Thus far this season, no one has been able to figure out how to stop the New England Patriots juggernaut — and now that the dream of a perfect 19-win campaign is only two games away, it seems everyone is eager to see history made. Everyone, that is, except for the San Diego Chargers, who have ridden a late-season wave of eight straight wins en route to this Sunday's AFC Championship game. But the Chargers have also hit a number of speed bumps — in last week's divisional game against the Indianapolis Colts, both quarterback Philip Rivers and running back LaDainian Tomlinson suffered knee injuries that kept them out of the game during the crucial final minutes. (It's unclear whether either will be unable to play this Sunday.) Tight end Antonio Gates is also questionable, having suffered a dislocated left big toe in the wild-card game against Tennessee two weeks back. (Gates did play against the Colts last week but was not up to his usual production.)CBS analyst Phil Simms s... read more

Perfect Patriots Beat Giants to Go 16-0

Matt Light, Justin Tuck and Tom Brady by Mike Segar/Reuters

Displaying his trademark steely composure, quarterback Tom Brady rallied the New England Patriots to a 38-35 come-from-behind victory over the New York Giants Saturday night, earning the squad a place in NFL history as the first team to complete an undefeated 16-game regular season. Brady broke Peyton Manning's regular-season record for touchdown passes, with his 50th of the year. That score - a gutsy 65-yarder which turned out to be the game winner - also gave Randy Moss a record of his own: 23 touchdown receptions, one more than Jerry Rice.Though the Giants had little motivation - they'd already qualified for the playoffs and a win on Saturday wouldn't improve their seeding - they showed that they should not be ignored by their NFC rivals in the upcoming postseason. New York led 21-16 at halftime and extended that to 28-16 in the third quarter (the Pats' largest deficit of the season) before New England came roaring back, clicking off 22 straight points. At halftime NFL Network an... read more

Patriots Look Super as They Aim for 15-0

New England Patriots' coach Bill Belichick by Jim Rogash/

New England once weathered The Perfect Storm, and now The Perfect Season is on the horizon. If the Patriots defeat the Miami Dolphins Sunday (Dec. 23, 4:15 pm/ET, CBS), they'll be 15-0, an NFL regular-season first. Topple the New York Giants the following week to go 16-0 and New England would join the 1972 Dolphins as the only teams to enter the playoffs undefeated. (The Dolphins won 14 regular-season games, two playoff games and the Super Bowl, to go 17-0.)The Patriots' dominance is even more impressive because of free agency, says Fox announcer Joe Buck, who will call Super Bowl XLII in Phoenix on Feb. 3. "What they've been able to do with roster turnover and a salary cap is extraordinary," Buck says. "What makes them phenomenal is that they've been able to consistently win while other teams go up and down." New England established itself as the first football dynasty of this millennium by winning three Super Bowls from 2002 to 2005, thanks to Bill Belichick, who Buck calls "the b... read more

Patriots Take Quest for Perfection to Sunday Night Football

Randy Moss courtesy NBC Sports

They've been unstoppable so far this fall, but do the Patriots have what it takes to complete an undefeated season? New England (10-0) will attempt to keep their streak alive against the beat-up Philadelphia Eagles (5-5) this week on Sunday Night Football (Nov. 25, 8:15 pm/ET, NBC). "The Patriots are showing to be the greatest team that we've seen in a long time," says Tiki Barber, an analyst for NBC's Football Night in America studio show. "I don't know if it will be a close game, but it will be entertaining."John Madden, who will call the game alongside Al Michaels, praises the Patriots firepower. "It's the best offense that I've ever seen," he says. "Tom Brady is playing the position of quarterback, right now, better than anyone I've ever seen play it." In their last game, a 56-10 thumping of the Buffalo Bills, Brady threw for five touchdowns, four of them to a rejuvenated Randy Moss.The Patriots are on their way to becoming the second undefeated team in NFL history. (The 1972 Mi... read more

Colts Host Patriots in "Game of the Century"

Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots by Mike Ehrmann/

It’s a clash of NFL titans on Sunday, when the 7-0 Indianapolis Colts host the 8-0 New England Patriots in what’s already being billed as "the game of the century" (Nov. 4, 4:15 pm/ET, on CBS). The match-up marks the first-ever meeting between two teams with records of 7-0 or better."This game speaks for itself," said CBS announcer Jim Nantz, who will be calling the game alongside Phil Simms. "It’s going to be magnificent, we don’t need to hype it. What you have here is the rivalry of its era."The AFC rivals have played 70 times, with the Patriots leading the series 43-27. Quarterbacks Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have faced off nine times in their careers, with Brady holding a 6-3 edge.The showdown is a rematch of last season’s AFC Championship game, where the Colts beat the Patriots, 38-34, and advanced to Super Bowl XLI. Sunday’s game "will be every bit as exciting and high scoring as in January," Nantz predicts. CBS will debut new "FreezeCam" techno... read more

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