Tom Brady Immediately Finds His Son In The Stands To Give Him A Hug After Clinching Yet Another Super Bowl Appearance
If you saw the ending of the Bucs-Packers game, you know it eventually became a close game with Tom Brady and co. winning the NFC Championship. You may have also seen this special moment between Brady and his son after the game:
The Checkdown shared the FOX broadcast who captured the moment, which was posted by Sports Illustrated on Instagram.
“Can I say hi to my son?” Brady asks in the clip, rushing towards the stands.
“Love you, kiddo,” Brady says to his son while hugging him as the celebrated the victory together.
What an incredible bonding moment between a father and son. According to The Today Show, that moment was with his 13-year-old son, Jack.
This may be Brady’s 10th Super Bowl appearance (per Sports Illustrated) which is a huge deal within itself. But, seemingly what matters more is his family. Notice in his Twitter bio, there’s three simple words and pay close attention to what’s mentioned first:
“Family and Football”
Family first. It’s evident that this is two of Tom’s passions and that family takes priority. So, to go point to his son and embrace him afterwards? That’s what it’s about. A great example to keep your priorities in order and that no matter what happens in your profession, you always have your family. So, appreciate and love them, don’t take them for granted.
Oh, and you know who else mentioned Brady jokingly as a father-like figure? Brady’s teammate, Leonard Fournette.
“It’s so funny because, you know, he’s 43 years old, you know what I mean?” Fournette said on SiriusXM NFL Radio, via JoeBucsFan.com, on Tom Brady per NBC Sports. “It’s like your father calling you to come do something. He’s always calling me and the running backs [after practice], ‘Hey Lenny, Shady [McCoy], Ro [Jones], come get some routes.’ And that’s what we do, and it’s paying off right now.”
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