Tom Brady Is Foggy on the Trophy Toss

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    James Corden connects with Super Bowl LV MVP Tom Brady who has officially switched gears from quarterback to breakfast chef. James asks Tom about celebrating his 7th Super Bowl win, which included a brave toss of the Lombardi Trophy from boat-to-boat and a bit of sea legs after the parade. And Tom talks about the whole experience of starting a new journey in Tampa Bay that ultimately ended with a championship.

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