Tom Brady, and Baby Jack, Bike in Boston

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As a Pittsburgh Steelers fan, I’m pretty much required to hate Tom Brady. However, two Super Bowl wins in the last four seasons (that’d be six all told, but who’s counting?) have salved the wounds of those AFC championship losses at the hands of Brady in 2001 and 2004. And hey, the man rides a bike.

Here’s Brady with son Jack and dog Vida, photographed in Boston after a Patriots practice session earlier this week.

Also to Brady’s credit: Unlike certain Albany legislators, he and the Patriots are big believers in camera technology.

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