From Small-Town Nebraska to Harvard Captain to Tom Brady's Housemate

From smalltown Nebraska to Harvard captain to Tom Bradys housemate

From a small town in Nebraska to being drafted as the 200th overall pick in the 2000 NFL draft, Tom Brady has been on a meteoric rise. No longer the smallest, strongest, or most athletic quarterback in NFL history, he is now one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. What hasn’t changed is his drive to win. He is also the face of the New England Patriots.

From small-town Nebraska to Harvard captain, Tom Brady is a college football superstar. But before he became a star, his housemate, Chris Eitzmann, had already come a long way. He had been a baseball player, a hockey player, and a hockey player. He was so popular with his teammates that he bought a condo in nearby Detroit from a Michigan man.

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After he got his shot in the NFL, Eitzmann worked as an assistant coach. He helped the New England Patriots win the Super Bowl in 2002 and two more championships in 2004 and 2005. He continued to fight in the NFL until his contract expired in 2010, but he burned through his earnings quickly. After leaving the NFL, Patten worked as a custodian and cleaned the locker rooms of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. After retiring from professional football, he played for the Green Bay Packers, and they claimed him as a free agent.