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Tom Brady Joins Instagram, Set to Conquer Another Social Medium

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January 7, 2017 at 6:42 pm ET

Tom Brady Joins Instagram, Set to Conquer Another Social Medium(PHOTO: Winslow Townson - USA TODAY Sports)
Posted: Jan 07, 2017 06:42
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Tom Brady held a Facebook Live session on Saturday as he left fans wondering what social network he’d be joining next, just days after asking fans for their thoughts about which one he should select.  After putting up a counter to countdown to the announcement from his living room, when it zero, he told the world what network you’ll be able to find him on next.

Instagram.

Brady made his decision in front of thousands of fans who tuned in for the news, as the quarterback used the new feature from Facebook to let his nearly 4-million followers  know where to find him.

The veteran quarterback then went on to make his first post, with Brady standing outside enjoying the snow that New England was blanketed with this weekend:

Brady to this point had been a part of only Facebook, with the veteran having increased his posting over the past couple of seasons with funny photos of himself and his teammates, along with the weekly “TB Times” images coming after each game, which began this season.

With the veteran branching out to Instagram, expect some good stuff as he lets fans get a little closer in his interactions, and begins his march toward conquering yet another medium in social media.

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