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Von 2000 bis 2022: Alle Sports-Illustrated-Cover von Star-Quarterback Tom Brady

Tom Brady hat Geschichte in der NFL geschrieben. Kein anderer Spieler gewann mehr Super-Bowl-Ringe wie er. Im Jahr 2000 startete Brady bei den New England Patriots. 2022 ging's zu den Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Hier alle 25 Sports-Illustrated-Covers mit dem Quarterback.

Tom Bradys erstes Sports Illustrated Cover: 15. April 2002 / Brian Lanker
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Tom Bradys erstes Sports Illustrated Cover: 15. April 2002 / Brian Lanker
15. April 2002 / Brian Lanker
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9. Februar 2004 / John W. McDonough
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6. September 2004 / Bob Rosato
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18. Oktober 2004 / Damian Strohmeyer
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7. Februar 2005 / Bob Rosato
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7. November 2005 / Bob Rosato & Peter Read Miller
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12. Dezember 2005 / Lynn Johnson
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22. Oktober 2007 / John Biever
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4. Februar 2008 / Bob Rosato & John Iacono
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1. September 2008 / Bob Rosato
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1. Juni 2009 / Peter Read Miller
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20. September 2010 / Damian Strohmeyer
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24. Januar 2011 / David Bergman
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9. Januar 2012 / Damian Strohmeyer
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30. Januar 2012 / Simon Bruty
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9. Februar 2015 / Simon Bruty
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14. September 2015 / William J. Hennessy Jr.
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25. Januar 2016 / John Mersits & Doug Pensinger
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1. Februar 2016 / Donald Miralle
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23. Januar 2017 / Erick W. Rasco
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30. Januar 2017 / Erick W. Rasco & Gregory Shamus
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4. September 2017
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29. Januar 2018 / Erick W. Rasco
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11. Februar 2019 / Rob Tringali
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Dezember 2021 / Simon Bruty
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