Tom Brady began his first season as a retired soccer participant in maybe an apparent place — a soccer sport. Tom introduced his three children — (*3*) — with him to the New England Patriots sport on Sunday, Sept. 10, the place the franchise honored him throughout halftime. Tom was the crew’s quarterback from 2000 to 2019, finally successful the Super Bowl six occasions. He finally left for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the place he gained a closing Super Bowl in 2020 earlier than lastly retiring at the finish of the final season. All three of Tom’s children — sporting his jersey — smiled alongside his dad as he was honored by the crew and its proprietor, Robert Kraft.
“Nobody 23 years in the past would think about that this journey would carry us right here at this time,” Tom stated throughout the ceremony, in accordance to NBC Boston.
“All our lives take us on totally different journeys. They take us to totally different locations. They carry totally different folks into our lives,” he stated partly. “But one factor I’m certain of, and that may by no means change, is that I’m a Patriot for all times.”
“We had rather a lot of numerous recollections on this stadium, celebrating wins in opposition to nice groups in Foxborough climate like at this time,” he stated, joking about the rain. The crew additionally introduced out all the Super Bowl trophies Tom helped them safe. Kraft additionally introduced that subsequent 12 months the crew will maintain a particular ceremony to induct Tom into the Patriots Hall of Fame.
Tom shares eldest son Jack with ex Bridget Moynahan, and Benjamin and Vivian with ex-wife Giselle Bündchen, who didn’t seem to be in attendance on Sunday afternoon. On the romantic entrance, Tom has been linked to model Irina Shayk, although neither has formally confirmed the romance.
The Patriots finally misplaced Sunday’s sport to the Philadelphia Eagles, however followers had been certainly glad to have the likelihood to have a good time Tom. See the images of him and his children throughout the ceremony forward.