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Polishing up a resume is a pretty common activity for recent college graduates searching for jobs and it seems that the same was for Tom Brady.
The New England Patriots' star quarterback posted a picture of his college resume on his Facebook page Thursday, stating he "though he might need it" after greeting drafted in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft.
Check the whole thing out below:
The most impressive things listed on Brady's resume? Interning at Merrill Lynch is pretty impressive, as is being able to say you were the captain of the 1999 Michigan football team and helped guide the ’98 team to the Big Ten championship. Brady went 20-5 as a starting quarterback for the Wolverines.
Perhaps this resume will be put to use when his NFL career comes to an end. There will be some updating needed done, though, as a couple Super ...read more
Boxing may no longer be head of the mainstream most loved sports in the world, but Floyd Mayweather is proving it's still very lucrative when you're the best in the world. The undefeated American boxer ranks atop ESPN's annual list of highest-paid athletes.
SportsCenter announced the release of this year's top 25, which is based purely on guaranteed salaries and prize money. For boxers who made the cut, the totals are based on the guaranteed minimum for their 2014 fights. Endorsement deals are not included for any athletes.
Here is the complete list below:
1 Floyd Mayweather Jr. WBA/WBC $73.5 M
2 Cristiano Ronaldo La Liga $50.2 M
3 Lionel Messi La Liga $50.1 M
4 Aaron Rodgers NFL $40 M
5 Zlatan Ibrahimovic Ligue 1 $35 M
6 Matthew Stafford NFL $31.5 M
7 Tom Brady NFL $31 M
8 ...read more
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