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Posted at 3:59 PM ET, 12/ 3/2010

Tom Brady's hair suddenly is the most important story in NFL, America

By Cindy Boren

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Tom Brady may soon be spending less on shampoo. (Sports Illustrated)

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady may, just may, be losing his hair.

This is beyond dreadful news. It's potentially horrific if it turns out that the reason he has such long locks is in order to do the mother of all atomic combovers. At this point, the speculation is out of control. In Boston, his mop is an obsession; Boston.com shows 415 hits for "Brady hair." Esquire has offered coiffure alternatives and Sports Illustrated chooses to celebrate the glory days of his magnificent, magnificent mane. Rogaine reportedly wants to throw a three-month supply at him and, until the sprouts pop up, maybe he can get a hat from Uggs.

Poor Tom. He may lose his hair, but he'll have those rings.

By Cindy Boren  | December 3, 2010; 3:59 PM ET
Categories:  NFL  
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Comments

I love this story, and will continue loving it until the Patriots win the Super Bowl, at which point I will hate this story.

(Hopefully just saying it was enough to jinx it.)

Posted by: NateinthePDX | December 3, 2010 7:32 PM | Report abuse

You gotta admit, based on that top photo, the unicorn he was riding must have been running very fast.

Posted by: dcsween | December 3, 2010 8:31 PM | Report abuse

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