Even during his time with the New England Patriots, he had been generous with his time and influence to help worthy causes.
For that reason, he remains to be a well-loved person in Massachusetts, even if he doesn’t play there anymore.
That’s why Gillette Stadium was packed when he returned to play against his former team.
Opposing fans might hate him for being a thorn to their beloved team.
But even so, he remains one of the more marketable players in the league.
Aside from his knowledge of the game, it’s that charisma that led FOX Sports to sign him as their analyst even before he retires for good.
Yet despite his enormous success, he is always willing to lend a helping hand, even if it messes up his hair.
Tom Brady may have to say goodbye to the modeling career for a bit. He’s currently letting childhood cancer survivors color his hair for the Bucs’ annual Cut and Color for a Cure. pic.twitter.com/w33xbGXrAx
— JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) June 8, 2022
ESPN’s Jenna Laine tweeted, “Tom Brady may have to say goodbye to the modeling career for a bit. He’s currently letting childhood cancer survivors color his hair for the Bucs’ annual Cut and Color for a Cure.”
It included a video of Brady’s hair being spray-painted while giving autographs.
He made these people happy by showing that they matter.
However, he can make Buccaneers fans happier if they win Super Bowl LVII.
Brady Seeks Another Championship Run
After initially announcing his retirement, he returned for his 23rd NFL season because the Buccaneers are still one of the top contenders.
With the right personnel in place, anything less than a playoff berth is a disappointment for the Buccaneers.
After all, Brady is still showing no signs of slowing down after throwing for 5,316 yards and 43 touchdowns last season.