Coming off the bye week, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a crucial matchup with the Cleveland Browns to stay on top of the NFC South division.
But Thanksgiving week is also about family, and Brady showed it when his son, Jack, put in a few reps at the Bucs’ practice Wednesday.
15-year-old Jack Brady went through some exercises, wearing a red Bucs jersey and a Bucs cap like the one his father would wear on the sidelines.
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Jack plays free safety for his high school team and plays quarterback on occasion.
“It’s the best,” Brady said of Jack in practice, via TMZ Sports. “I had him here for training camp last year, which was awesome for a dad. It was pretty special. The more I can be around him, the better he is.”
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Brady also posted a photo of Jack running while watching in the background with the caption “My Inspiration” surrounded by heart emojis. on his Instagram.
Jack, the son of Brady and Bridget Moynihan, “moves better than me at his age,” if you ask his dad. Brady recently made the comment on his “Let’s Go!” podcast, adding that watching Jack play is “one of the best moments in life.”
Brady’s family life has been in the spotlight since his divorce from Gisele Bundchen was finalized. Rumors of a broken marriage swirled as Brady’s Bucs battled on the field before the couple amicably parted ways.
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When Brady was asked what he was thankful for this time of year, he said he was a “very, very lucky guy.”
“I’m thankful for a lot. I have a lot of blessings in my life,” he said.
Brady added on his podcast: “I just want to be that for my kids. You know, I just want to be the best dad I can be.”
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The Bucs and Browns will start in Cleveland on Sunday.