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Report: Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen Get Married

According to numerous publications, Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele Bündchen tied the knot in Los Angeles Thursday night.

Brady and Bündchen reportedly wed in a very intimate ceremony that included family and close friends. Brady’s 18-month-old son, John Thomas Moynahan (Jack), and former girlfriend Bridget Moynahan were in attendance, along with Brady’s parents.

Reaction: The quarterback’s recovery is on track, according to reports, and he should be ready by the start of the 2009 season. With Matt Cassel in the fold (for now), Brady will need to prove he is fully ready for the upcoming season. If Brady is good to go, the Patriots will look to trade Cassel for draft picks.

Now that the wedding is out of the way, Brady can go on his exotic honeymoon and return to the States with just football on his mind. On second thought…with a wife as hot as Gisele, he may be thinking about other things, which is fine, considering he was dating Gisele in 2007 when he threw for an NFL record 50 touchdowns.

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