Buccaneers star Tom Brady shares awesome moment with son after reaching 10th career Super Bowl
While he has received numerous personal accolades and led his teams to even greater success, Tom Brady remains a father above all else.
Moments after capturing his 10th conference championship—and first with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers—by beating the Green Bay Packers, the quarterback walked towards the sideline, calling out for his son. Spotting the boy in the stands, Brady climbed the fence separating the field and the bleachers before wrapping him up in a giant hug.
We dare you to watch this video and not feel a burst of warmth surround your heart … unless you’re a Packers fan, in which case, sorry about that.
"Can I say hi to my son?"
This Tom Brady interaction 🥰
— ESPN (@espn) January 24, 2021
Brady’s son and his immediate family were among the estimated 8,400 people allowed inside Lambeau Field to watch the Packers square off against the Bucs. In addition to family members, the Green Bay franchise also invited front-line workers to attend the match and put over 6,000 tickets for sale on TicketMaster. For those lucky enough to snatch the limited quantity, the Packers forbid any of them from being sold on the secondary market for profit.
They, and Brady’s son, ended up witnessing another standout postseason performance for the signal-caller widely regarded as the best of all time.
While he would throw three interceptions in the final two quarters, Brady’s first-half performance proved sufficient in pacing the Buccaneers to a double-digit lead that they would not relinquish. Earning nearly 200 passing yards and three touchdowns, the quarterback capped the first two frames with a gorgeous deep field pass to Scotty Miller that ultimately proved to be the difference in the final score.
Though it was a special moment for Tom Brady and his oldest son, it is just as likely that the QB is hoping for another celebration with the boy in two weeks back in Tampa Bay.