Take your New England Patriots memorabilia collection to the next level with this Tom Brady Autographed Duke Game Football. Brady was drafted in the sixth round (199th overall) by the Patriots in 2000. After introducing himself to team owner Robert Kraft as "the best decision organization has ever made," Brady worked up New England's depth chart from QB7 to direct backup during his rookie campaign. In the team's 2001 home opener, Brady stepped in for an injured Drew Bledsoe, and the skinny sophomore never looked back. Brady went on to start all but 21 of New England's next 304 regular season games, plus 41 playoff games, over an 18-season span as the Patriots' primary starting quarterback. Brady's 17 division titles, nine AFC Championships and six Super Bowl rings were more than any of the 31 teams outside Foxborough, Massachusetts. In 2020, Brady moved to Tampa Bay and won a seventh Super Bowl, more than any NFL franchise has in total. He also moved past his childhood idol Joe Montana for most Super Bowl MVP awards in NFL history with five. Now, you can immortalize Brady's impact on the sport with this autographed memorabilia item.