Brady hits 50 with Amendola TD

November, 4, 2013
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On Sunday, Danny Amendola found the end zone for the first time as a Patriot, scoring from 34 yards out in a 55-point offensive effort. He became the 50th player to catch a touchdown pass from quarterback Tom Brady, who is now up to 347 for his career, fourth all time in NFL history.

Amendola's touchdown sparked a question on Twitter from @michaelpking94, who hoped to see a full list. The answer can be found below, listed alphabetically.

As it turns out, tight end Rob Gronkowski is tied with Randy Moss for the most touchdown passes from Brady for any single player, as they each have been on the receiving end of 39. Terry Glenn was the first player to catch a touchdown from Brady, all the way back in October of 2001.

The number of touchdowns each player scored is in parentheses.

Sam Aiken (2)
Danny Amendola (1)
Tom Ashworth (1)
Chris Baker (2)
Kyle Brady (2)
Deion Branch (24)
Troy Brown (15)
Reche Caldwell (4)
Larry Centers (1)
Cam Cleeland (1)
Alge Crumpler (2)
Andre' Davis (1)
Corey Dillon (2)
Aaron Dobson (4)
Tim Dwight (2)
Julian Edelman (6)
Marc Edwards (2)
Heath Evans (1)
Kevin Faulk (10)
Christian Fauria (13)
Doug Gabriel (3)
Jabar Gaffney (6)
David Givens (12)
Terry Glenn (1)
Daniel Graham (17)
Rob Gronkowski (39)
Donald Hayes (2)
Aaron Hernandez (18)
Chad Jackson (3)
Bethel Johnson (4)
Chad Johnson (1)
Charles Johnson (1)
Brandon Lloyd (4)
Laurence Maroney (1)
Randy Moss (39)
Matthew Mulligan (1)
Patrick Pass (1)
David Patten (16)
Antowain Smith (3)
Donte Stallworth (4)
Brandon Tate (2)
David Thomas (1)
Kenbrell Thompkins (4)
Shane Vereen (1)
Mike Vrabel (8)
Dedric Ward (1)
Ben Watson (17)
Wes Welker (34)
Jermaine Wiggins (3)
Danny Woodhead (4)

* Current Patriots are in italics
Field Yates has previous experience interning with the New England Patriots on both their coaching and scouting staffs. A graduate of Wesleyan University (CT), he is a regular contributor to ESPN Boston's Patriots coverage and ESPN Insider.

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