Tom Brady’s Family Shows Support For His Game Against Patriots
Tom Brady’s family came together to wish the athlete good luck on his football game against his old team, the New England Patriots, on Sunday night.
Brady played his old team with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Brady’s wife Giselle Bündchen posted her support with the couple’s kids, Benjamin, 11, and Vivian, 8, on Instagram. The family picture included the model with her two kids smiling and looking happy for Brady’s game day. Bündchen was wearing her husband’s new Buccaneers’ jersey and so was their son. Brady has another son, Jack, 14, who he shared with ex Bridget Moynahan.
“We are ready! Let’s go Bucs!! Let’s go papai!!!” Bündchen wrote as her caption. She also translated it to her native language of Portuguese.
Brady won the game 19-17. He also broke Drew Bree’s record for the most career passing yards in NFL history.
The 44-year old gave a shoutout to his family after the winning game.
“I want to say hi to my parents – they’re up there in the crowd somewhere,” he told the interviewer, “My wife, my kids – it’s gonna be a late night for them. But just an amazing night for our family. Great to win against a really good football team.”
Brady played for the Patriots for 20 seasons as their star quarterback. He won six Super Bowl titles with them.
He left the team in 2020 and joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the off-season.
When asked what it was like to go against his old team after winning, Brady said, “Pretty surreal. It’s an amazing organization, so many great guys that have been friends a long time. They’ve got a really great football team. They made us earn it.”
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