Brady selected to Pro Bowl for record 14th time
Brady was among the names chosen to the NFL's end of season all-star game unveiled on Tuesday night, reports Efe.
He joins quarterback Peyton Manning, tight end Tony Gonzalez, offensive lineman Bruce Matthews and defensive tackle Merlin Olsen as the only five players in the history of the NFL to be selected to the Pro Bowl.
The Los Angeles Chargers lead the list of teams with the highest number of Pro Bowl selections with seven, after veteran quarterback Philip Rivers, centre Mike Pouncey, running back Melvin Gordon, wide receiver Keenan Allen, defensive end Melvin Ingram and safeties Derwin James and Adrian Phillips made the list.
Players are voted into the all-star game by coaches, players and fans.
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