Quarterback fought 103-degree fever, chills
FOXBORO, Mass. -- New England quarterback Tom Brady had a 103-degree fever the night before the Patriots beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC championship game, Sports Illustrated reported.
The magazine said in this week's issue that Brady had an intravenous line in his left -- non-throwing -- arm on Saturday night while fighting off chills in his Pittsburgh hotel room.
In outdoor temperatures of 11 degrees, Brady threw for two
touchdowns with no interceptions to ...
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