New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been called by many nicknames, according to Pro Football Reference. The website listed several nicknames for Brady, including Touchdown Tom, The Pharaoh, and Comeback Kid.

Brady is also dubbed as the GOAT (Greatest of All Time), California Cool, and TB12, which is also the name of his sports therapy center. However, Brady plans to trademark one of his classic nicknames which he likes the most --Tom Terrific, according to a tweet by Josh Gerben, founder of Gerben Law Firm, a trademark law office that works with clients worldwide.

Gerben said that Brady’s company TEB Capital Management Inc. filed two new trademarks for Tom Terrific on May 24. Based on the filings made by Brady’s company, Gerben said it plans to launch a line of Tom Terrific trading cards and apparel.

“This means that Tom Brady’s company is planning to launch a line of clothing and also planning a line of collectible trading cards,” said Gerben, adding that both applications were filed on a 1B basis, which means that they will be used for commerce and the goods and products indicated therein must actually be sold to consumers.

“Get ready to get your Tom Terrific trading cards and clothing. They were likely coming to a store near you soon,” said Gerben. Recently, Brady solidified his social media status by starting his personal Twitter account on April Fool's Day.

Currently, Brady’s Twitter account has almost half a million followers. Brady is focused on carrying the Patriots to their seventh Super Bowl title.

Bruins captain lauds Brady

Brady is currently following the Stanley Cup final, where the Boston Bruins are playing the St. Louis Blues. As a way to inspire the team and a favor for Bruins captain Zdeno Chara, Brady narrated a “Made For This” pump-up video and posted it on his Instagram account before Game 1.

Chara, for his part, said he admires Brady for keeping himself in tip-top shape and his accomplishments with the Patriots. “He’s been very successful at what he does and how he prepares himself,” said Chara.

Thomas reflects on car accident

The Patriots signed veteran receiver Demaryius Thomas to a one-year contract in the offseason to boost their receiving corps.

The 31-year-old Thomas is currently recovering from a torn Achilles that he suffered last season while playing for the Houston Texans.

Recently, Thomas was involved in a serious car accident after his car crashed into a curb and flipped several times in the air. When asked by TMZ about the accident, Thomas said he could have been gone. “I wake up every morning and thank the lord above,” said Thomas, adding that the accident scarred him despite avoiding a major physical injury. “It was a tough time … and I’m still going through stuff, but I’m blessed,” said Thomas.