Patriots quarterback sues over Cadillac playoff ad


LOS ANGELES, Jan 25 (Reuters) - New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has sued General Motors Inc. for $2 million, saying the carmaker ran ads he made under an expired contract to promote its Cadillac brand. Brady, who last weekend led his National Football League team to their third Super Bowl berth in four years, claims in his lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court that GM ran newspaper ads in Texas and Boston featuring him for a month after his contract had expired Jan. 1, 2004. ...

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