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Tom Brady expected at NFL ceremony honoring Super Bowl MVPs

Tom Brady will be in the Super Bowl, just not the way Pats fans hoped. Tim Sharp/AP

Tom Brady is heading to Super Bowl 50 after all.

The NFL announced on Thursday that the Patriots’ quarterback will participate in a pregame ceremony honoring previous Super Bowl MVPs on the field at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday, according Ben Volin of The Boston Globe

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A four-time Super Bowl champion, Brady has won the game’s MVP award three times. After the Patriots lost to the Broncos in the AFC Championship Game, it was initially unclear if Brady would attend the event.

On April 28, Brady posted a photo to Facebook of the letter he received inviting him to attend:

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Brady holds Super Bowl records in completions (164), yards (1,605), and touchdowns (13).

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