Tom Brady Sending 10-year-old Cancer Survivor To Super Bowl

You may not always like Tom Brady, but you definitely have to admire the man sometimes.

Tom Brady is known to help his team mates on the field, cc: Brady helping Rob Gronkowski getting his extra $1 million dollar bonus in week 18, but he is also a giver off the field too.

Brady teamed up with the NFL to send a 10-year-old cancer survivor to the Super Bowl this year in Los Angeles.

Noah Reed is the cancer survivor who held up the famous sign “Tom Brady helped me beat brain cancer” at a Bucs game earlier this year.

Brady took notice of the sign that day and came over to give Noah a Bucs hat.

Brady went one step further though working with the Bucs and the NFL as he is sending Noah and his family to the Super Bowl.

Good guy Tom Brady strikes again!

Bucs fans are hoping that Brady and their team will be present in Los Angeles to play in the Super Bowl this year which is being held on Sunday, February 13th, in Los Angeles at the new SoFi Stadium.


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