Change of position for Brady

He accepts being center of attention in London

Updated: October 24, 2009, 7:23 PM ET
By Mike Reiss | ESPNBoston.com

LONDON -- In his 10 NFL seasons, Tom Brady has experienced a wide spectrum of events -- fourth-quarter comebacks, career-threatening injuries, exhilarating Super Bowl wins and a crushing Super Bowl loss derailing a perfect season.

This week, however, is a first for the greatest quarterback in Patriots history.

Not only is he preparing for what he says he lives for -- competing on the football field -- he's also serving as the NFL's top ambassador on this trip to London. Clearly, ...

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