New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady posted his resume online


New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady must know something the rest of us do not – he has posted his resume online.

Brady posted the one-page detail of his high school and college jobs and internships to Facebook as part of the longstanding "throwback Thursday" meme.

"Found my old resume! Really thought I was going to need this after the 5th round," he captioned the picture.

Brady was famously picked by the Pats in the sixth round (199th overall) in the 2000 NFL Draft.

Legend has it he ran into team owner Robert Kraft during his first training camp and told him: "I'm the best decision this team has ever made."

Post by Tom Brady.

All he has done is won three Super Bowls, led the team to only the second undefeated regular season in NFL history (2008) and set every single passing record in team history.

Some argue he is the greatest quarterback in NFL history, but he appeared headed to a career in finance if the football thing did not work out.

Touchdown Tommy's last internship was during the summers of 1998 and 1999 as an intern with Merrill Lynch.

The future Hall of Famer was "exposed to upper-level management and company strategy," "researched stock and mutual fund reports while updating client portfolios" and "gained knowledge of broker activity and day to day administrative duties" as an assistant to a senior sales broker.

He also held down another job each summer at different golf courses and worked for a home builder during the summer of 1997.

These valuable skills took a back seat, though, when fall came.

Brady's resume also lists his gridiron accomplishments:

-Captain of the 1999 University of Michigan football team
-1998 Big 10 and bowl game champions
-1997 National champions
-Peer mentor

He graduated in 1999 with a 3.3 GPA and a bachelor's degree.

The rest, they say, is history.

Tom Brady - Mini Biography
Tom Brady - Mini Biography

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