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Is Tom Brady's son the next big NFL star?

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Tom Brady and the New England Patriots may be in the middle of their offseason but the Super Bowl winning quarterback is not about taking rest.

Brady was photographed this week on a beach in California running up and down in what seems like a regular workout for the NFL star.

However Brady was also joined for the workouts by what could be the next NFL superstar... his four year old son Ben.

Although Brady Jr is obviously at a bit of a height disadvantage it seems that he has his father's competitive spirit.

Tom Brady is about to enter his 15th season in the NFL with the New England Patriots and will be looking to put their AFC Championship game defeat to the Denver Broncos behind them and aim for Brady's fourth Super Bowl title.

Ben Brady was born in December of 2009 and although he might be a little bit young for college recruiters to be looking at, he could well be a name for the future.

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