Guess Ron is not getting the BB interviews or the stories on Dillon, so he has to resort to his old game of Pat bashing.. this time on MSNBC.. nevertheless, the same old, same old Ron.. one good thing no BB bashing, in the end of the article he tries to get all warm and fuzzy about kids.. does not work, still same old Ron. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17284028/ What does it mean when your agent issues a statement that reads: "Tom and his family are excited about the pregnancy'' when his family doesn't include the person who's pregnant? Well, so much for the Beaver Cleaver image, that's what it means. Ever since Tom Brady ascended to the level of American sporting icon, which took about a season and a half as the New England Patriots' starting quarterback, he also became not only the All-American Boy but America's favorite son. He was the poster boy for what the world hopes all its athletes could be â smart, good looking, aw-shucks humble, flashing blue eyes, wide smile. Just one of the guys, even when he couldn't really be one of the guys because of his rising public profile as a three-time Super Bowl winning quarterback. He was John-Boy Walton with better jewelry, an image he worked overtime to foster. When his charmed life began to change and he threw a pick that helped kill his team in the playoffs a year ago, the reaction by most clear-thinking people around Boston was, "it happens." So what? His halo remained intact. .....It's not a public relations problem, it's a life to be cared for. The public relations problem, which Brady hasn't quite seemed to figure out yet, is this: If you want to date actresses and supermodels you need to remember that most of them know how to manipulate the media better than any NFL quarterback who ever lived.