Tom Brady may not actually bleed orange, but his fabulously coiffed hair now comes very close to showing that kind of team spirit.
On Wednesday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback and several of his teammates took part in a charity event called “Cut and Color for a Cure” to benefit the fight against pediatric cancer.
Some Tampa Bay-area cancer survivors helped out the stylists, who were tasked with shearing the GOAT and giving him a fresh new look. The seven-time Super Bowl champion pulled a crowd-pleasing move when he opted to go with the Bucs’ prominent shade of orange to accompany his new ‘do.
The Bucs say their players and staff members helped raise over $117,000 for The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation at the team’s eighth annual event.
Brady, 44, briefly retired after the Bucs were eliminated from last season’s playoffs, but then changed his mind a little more than a month later and decided to return for a 23rd NFL season.
Last month, Fox Sports announced that Brady would join the network’s No. 1 NFL announcing team after he retires for good – whenever that may be.
By Steve Gardner