Brady repeats as No. 1 in NFL Top 100

For the second year in a row, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been voted the No. 1 player on the NFL Top 100 list.The top 10 of the list was released Monday night, with Brady beating out Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown for the top spot. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, unranked last year, rounded out the top three.The rankings are determined by votes from fellow NFL players.Brady, who was also voted No. 1 in 2011, was the first player to earn the top spot twice in seven iterations of the list when he claimed it in 2017.At 40 years old, Brady won the third MVP of his career after throwing for 4,577 yards, 32 touchdowns and eight interceptions last season. He led the Patriots to an eighth Super Bowl during his tenure, but failed to claim his sixth title as the Eagles won 41-33.

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UCLA QB Modster chooses to transfer

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