Lauding the Patriots quarterback as champion of veterans, the Navy SEAL Foundation honored Tom Brady on its website. The foundation highlights that they are grateful for his support and dedicates a page to him
Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers donned customized cleats in his team’s 30-17 triumph against the Atlanta Falcons last Sunday as part of the NFL’s “My Cause, My Cleats” initiative. The NFL’s “My Cause My Cleats” program gives clubs the chance to promote philanthropic causes that are important to them by designing unique cleats. The Player’s Coalition, the TB12 Foundation, and the Navy SEAL Foundation were chosen as Brady’s “My Cause My Cleats” philanthropic organizations. Brady’s cleats are blue with white embellishments and depict two Navy SEAL fighter pilots carrying American flags. They are inscribed with “Players Coalition,” “Navy SEAL Foundation,” and “TB12 Foundation,” along with Brady’s last name.
Brady’s sneakers are now up for sale, and as of Wednesday afternoon, 34 bids had been placed, bringing the total value to $11,100. The value is projected to rise as the auction approaches its conclusion on January 3. “Thank you @tombrady for your support of the Navy SEAL Foundation with #MyCauseMyCleats,” the Navy SEAL Foundation tweeted, thanking Brady for his support. @nfl makes a vow for the greater good My Cleats, My Cause
Brady threw for 368 yards and four touchdowns with one interception while wearing the cleats, improving his career record against the Falcons to 10-0, including postseason.
Brady maintained his lead in passing yards (3,771) and touchdown passes (34), further bolstering his case for his fourth MVP award.
On Benjamin’s 12th birthday, Brady and Gisele welcome him.
Brady and his wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, sent lovely messages on their Instagram pages to commemorate their son Benjamin’s 12th birthday.
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On his Instagram account, Brady posted a picture of Benjamin with the comment “Happy Birthday Benny!” In every sense, you are magnificent. You’ve taught me so much, and I’m grateful to be your father!” “Happy birthday, my beautiful Benny!” Gisele said with a picture of herself cuddling and kissing Benjamin on the forehead.
You’re growing up much too quickly! I am very proud of the wonderful and kind young man you have become, and I consider myself fortunate to be your mother. “I adore you so much!” Vivian, Brady and Gisele’s youngest child, just celebrated her birthday.
Sherman and Watson are back in practice.
The Buccaneers’ cornerback Richard Sherman and wide receiver Justin Watson returned to practice on Wednesday ahead of their game against the Buffalo Bills. Their return to practice marks the beginning of a process that might see one or both of them return to the 53-man active roster. Sherman injured his calf during pregame warm-ups before of the team’s Week 10 matchup with the Washington Redskins. After knee surgery in July, Watson began the season on the reserve/physically unable to perform list. For the next 21 days, the two may train with the club without counting against the 53-man roster restriction, and they can be activated to the active lineup at any moment during that period.
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