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New England Patriots head coach William S. "Bill" Belichick shares a laugh with a die-hard Seattle Seahawks fan during a visit by the National Football League team. The Patriots' visit to NMCSD sought to boost morale for patients and staff members before the team's game against the San Diego Chargers Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Justin W. Galvin)
New England Patriots head coach William S. “Bill” Belichick shares a laugh with a die-hard Seattle Seahawks fan during a visit by the National Football League team. The Patriots’ visit to NMCSD sought to boost morale for patients and staff members before the team’s game
against the San Diego Chargers Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium. (Photo
by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Justin W. Galvin)
New England Patriots starting quarterback Thomas E. P. Brady Jr. from San Mateo, Calif., takes a selfie with a staff member from Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) during a visit to the hospital by the National Football League team. The Patriots' visit to NMCSD sought to boost morale for patients and staff members before the team's game against the San Diego Chargers Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium.  (Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Justin W. Galvin)
New England Patriots starting quarterback Thomas
E. P. Brady Jr. from San Mateo, Calif., takes a selfie with a staff member from Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) during a visit to the hospital
by the National Football League team. The Patriots’ visit to NMCSD sought to boost morale for patients and staff members before the team’s game against
the San Diego Chargers Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium. (Navy photo by Mass
Communication Specialist 3rd Class Justin W. Galvin)

 

New England Patriots starting quarterback Thomas E. P. Brady Jr. from San Mateo, Calif., signs an autograph for a fan during a visit by the National Football League team to Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD). The Patriots' visit to NMCSD sought to boost morale for patients and staff members before the team's game against the San Diego Chargers Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Justin W. Galvin)
New England Patriots starting quarterback Thomas
E. P. Brady Jr. from San Mateo, Calif., signs an autograph for a fan during a visit by the National Football League team to Naval Medical Center San
Diego (NMCSD). The Patriots’ visit to NMCSD sought to boost morale for
patients and staff members before the team’s game against the San Diego Chargers Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium. (Photo by Mass Communication
Specialist 3rd Class Justin W. Galvin)
(Left to right) New England Patriots center Bryan Stork, tackle Sebastian G. Vollmer, and offensive lineman Ryan R. Wendell pose for a cell phone photograph with a Wounded, Ill or Injured (WII) U.S. Army service member during a visit to Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) by the National Football League team. The Patriots' visit to NMCSD sought to boost morale for patients and staff members before the team's game against the San Diego Chargers Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Justin W. Galvin)
(Left to right) New England Patriots center Bryan Stork, tackle Sebastian G. Vollmer, and offensive lineman Ryan R. Wendell
pose for a cell phone photograph with a Wounded, Ill or Injured (WII) U.S.
Army service member during a visit to Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD)
by the National Football League team. The Patriots’ visit to NMCSD sought to boost morale for patients and staff members before the team’s game against the San Diego Chargers Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Justin W. Galvin)